Sometimes we tend to find questions rather than finding answers to questions. We tend do that to introspect ourselves.
But what do we really intend to do with those questions? Are we supposed to find answers for them? Actually NO, I mean not for all of them. Then, why should we collect those questions? Because we want a change the course of life. How can we do that?
According to philosophers, answers are required to execute something but questions are required to change the execution.
Right, next time when something bothers you, formulate a question out of it and add it your collection. Probably when you revisit your collection you may get a clue for a change that you can bring in your life.
Sample what can you do collection goes like this…
What can you do when you are
- being consumed?
- being concealed?
- not assigned any specific goals?
- asked to work for goals that are not yours?
- not allowed to act to your ability?
- not allowed to be creative?
- being manipulated?
- not assessed?
- deprived of opportunities?
- expected to operate without any motivation?
- asked to manage as proxy rather than as a delegate?