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Your Question and Your Heart

Today, did you realize a regret? Was it over a question that had stirred your heart? Many times it is regret over a question in the past that you didn’t ask. You could have found the answer but either you hesitated, feared, or ignored it. Until it was too late. But now, with a different perspective, you think it is a critical question and you no longer have the information available to you. Our minds work that way and we need be aware. We assume that circumstances for question asking and answer finding will stay the same. They do not. And this is more than asking an elderly person before they pass. This is a boss who did not give you are raise. This is a close friend who could have been more. If a question stirs your heart, act on it.

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