This is a "personal growth" article that explains simple but incredible results by asking the right question … about how we can use the power of questions to change our lives and change the world.  "In time, good questions will answer themselves."
It's natural that we want our questions answered quickly
"What will the future lead?" We might want to know if an idea is right or wrong? "What should we do"? and "What will work best"?
We have all questions and questions bring new meaning, a new opportunity for life.
Question is a human gift, special ability we must give something new to create something good for us and the world.
Questions are powerful; questions create the world where we live
We can recreate ourselves and the world with a well-asked question
Questions have power! A good question sets the world underway. How do we use the best question?
- Think about what you want to know?
- Ask a good question!
- Focus your attention on the question …
- Ask a question for a moment.
- Leave the answer.
- Successfully, good questions will answer themselves.
Answers are not always what we expect. Over time, a particular question may lose its meaning. We believe we need an answer to a particular question, but time has a way to change circumstances. Over time, we could solve problems. Or can the question no longer be meaningful?
Think about what you want to know?
It takes time to form a good question, so think about it? Most questions are simple and come from simple needs: "When do I get paid for work I've done"? Egypt "When will I meet my partner"?
We all have basic needs for food, shelter, friends and meaningful lives. If we are not fulfilling our needs, we are stressed and we might have questions like, "How can we get what we need"?
If we want to help others, our questions may ask, "How can we help this person? What can we do? What's the best?"
Ask a good question!
A good question leads to a good answer. But sometimes it's a good answer when we get no response at all. Life continues. Circumstances change and the question that has been asked once can sometimes be of little importance.
If you have a need that gives rise to questions and needs is regularly met; The question could no longer be important? If you are looking for a job and wondering what you should do … in time, a proper job can come to you, your own work or the efforts of others on your behalf.
Be sure to quit asking a question when needed. Perhaps things are better as they are? Perhaps the answer is in you, like who are you? Perhaps the answer lies in how you think day by day?
A good answer to many questions of life is to change us – change how we think, find and do.
For a moment, focus your attention from the question
My question is answered in the way we want and imagine: we could get what we need from our own will and effort. But most good answers take time to evolve. Sometimes the best way to let a question work for us is to stop asking the question and get busy with our lives.
What is your question? Think about it? Why are you asking the question … what do you want? What is the need benefit question? What are the human needs you want to attend?
For best results, be clear about your question!
For the best answer, be clear about your question. What do you want to know? When do you want to know? And what do you want from the answer? Take the time to become clear about your question. Ask the question?
The president may ask, "How do I build a nation and what direction should I take?" This is fine, but for the best answers we have to be determined, "What should we take on a bill or legislation"? "What should we add or delete"? "What will the income be"?
Ask your question, focus your attention on something else
We might wonder if a certain person will make a good living? Well … it takes time for this answer. Most good answers require time and patience. After a question is clearly formed, asked clearly — we might want to turn our attention to some practical.
In this situation could we get busy with our potential partner? We could take time to meet this person from day to day, become a friend and wait to see if our friendship is returned? To find a response, we might need to take time and let things evolve naturally.
Ask a question clearly, wait and allow time to answer.
Results will come: be patient, take time and wait
We want all the things now, at once, at the moment. This is normal: if we need it, we'd like to meet sooner.
Some answers come fast, but some need time and patience. We may need to change how we do things to get a response, to get results. Answers to a question may not be relevant as time passes. We could find different day after and have no question at all?
Take time. Ask a good question. Allow the process of life to work for you.
One good question can change the nation or life. Good answers come when we allow them.