To Ask A Question Is the Beginning of the Answer

Need I say more?  LOL’ing!

’nuff said!

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About jeffssong

JW is an adult childhood abuse survivor with DID*. He grew up in a violent family devoid of love and affection. He is a military brat and veteran. He no longer struggles with that past. In 1976 JW began writing "The Boy". It took 34 years to complete. It is currently on Kindle (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004T3IVKK ), or if you prefer hard copy, on Amazon ( http://www.amazon.com/Boy-J-W/dp/1461022681). JW resides somewhere in the deep South. He is disabled and living with family. Note: Please feel free to take what you need; all is free to all. With that in mind, keep it that way to others. Thank you. We have 3 Blogs - One for our younger days, 0-10 (The Little Shop of Horrors); one for our Teen Alter and his 'friends' (also alters) with a lot of poetry; and finally "my" own, the Song of Life (current events and things)
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2 Responses to To Ask A Question Is the Beginning of the Answer

  1. The answer.. my friend… is always in the question! You have it.. before you ask it… Or else we would not even think to ask it! 😉 I enjoy your mind! NBL

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  2. jeffssong says:

    Ah, but if only it was that easy, my friend . . . some questions require hard answers and much digging . . . there are layers and layers of answers. We’ve found the trick is to always ask “Why?” – for it eventually leads us to answers. And of all the answers we have found, the ones explaining human motivation have been KEY – the quest for animal survival (#1) – and the happiness it (and other answers) can bring.
    That’s it. The whole spectrum of human motivation:
    to Survive – and find some happiness while doing it.

    We teach two ways, you and I – but the answers are just the same 🙂
    Happiness, Love, and Survival – with a little religion (or love: same thing) thrown inbetween 😀

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