This morning’s search for meaning!

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Finding the Foortpath website logo

This morning’s search for meaning!

Finding the Foortpath website logo

This morning’s search for meaning!

FINDING THE FOOTPATH

A Blog For Three Finkers

searching for the right

questions that need asking

to turn darkness into light

You’re very welcome!

In my wanderings, I’ve been considering the difference between wondering and pondering. The difference is so slight that I hope the two camps can eventually come together.

I’m hoping to discover a blog could be a handy way to make a connection with those that also seek to find that solid footpath of understanding and meaning amongst the sometimes insecure quagmires of a current uncertain world.

As a child does, looking out at the world anew, marvelling on something it doesn’t understand, in it’s simplicity it asks an authentic … ‘Why?’

Asking questions is an act of curiosity that represents the mind’s innate hunger to learn. I’m not going to say ‘ a yearning for learning’ because that would be far too pithy in a serious introduction.

So with a little spirituality, philosophy and congeniality I would like to explore these darkened forests we endeavour to navigate some days and see if we can’t help find this footpath, and eventually come into the sunlight of the clearing together.

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