“What is the most important thing we can think about in this most extraordinary moment?”–Buckminster Fuller

“Seek the highest that is in you.”
–Lundbergh

The quality of our life is in direct proportion to the questions we ask. If we ask important questions, we’ll get important answers. The universe will always match us question for question, answer whatever it is we ask.

So why not ask big questions, think big thoughts? Why not ask, “What if?” on a daily basis.

Instead of “How can I stretch this paycheck to the end of the month?’ we should ask, “What can I give that would make me sing with joy?”

Instead of wondering, “What’s the closing price on Janus worldwide?” or “How much is the shank loin at Safeway today?,” we should be asking, “How can I grow into the loving, wise, inspiring person I am meant to be?”

Everyday, I like to ask myself what I call “miracle questions.” I like to ponder big things.

Anything is possible, but we have to imagine it first. The more big questions we ask, the more we dare to say, “What would it look like if….?,” the bigger our lives will become. Putting your attention on something calls it into existence. We can literally reshape and redesign our lives by asking bigger questions.

Here are three big questions for starters:

1. What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?

2. What one thing can I do today to bring wonder and brilliance to my awareness?

3. How would I live my life if I were the only person on the planet?

Pam Grout is the author of E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.

2 Comments on ““What is the most important thing we can think about in this most extraordinary moment?”–Buckminster Fuller

  1. Love this, Pam. Those are great questions. I love asking questions like that to myself. To me it’s better than affirmations which my subconcoius might discount, but the good questions keeps it busy looking for the answer. 🙂

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