Dr. Laura Shackelford
Dr. Laura Shackelford

There’s a Chinese proverb, “Great doubts, deep wisdom; small doubts, little wisdom.” I also read somewhere that it’s not the answers that enlightens, it’s the questions.

We should never stop doubting, never stop questioning, never assume that we have all the answers. Just because Dr. Joe, I, or any spiritual teacher tells you something, you need to decide if it is your Truth.

It’s important to keep looking, keep seeking, keep asking questions, and keep studying. When we believe we have all the answers, we stop growing. When we stop growing, our lives becomes lifeless.

Everyday ask questions, keep uncovering and discovering who you are, why you are here, and what’s yours to do in the world. If you do that, life continues to be exciting because each day you are learning something new about yourself and the world.

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