I break the word question into multiple words, because these words reflect what my questions are about.  Who am I?  Where am I going?  What should I be doing?  They speak to me of my life and future—what quest am I on? They speak to me of having a calling.

The word calling speaks to me of a voice calling out to help guide me through the troubled waters of life.  The words voice and vocation speak to me of the same search.  Hopefully I will hear my true calling and not be misled or distracted.

Keep listening for the voice. Guides surround you and are speaking to you. When you hear a voice, do not be afraid to question it to be sure it is guiding you on your true quest.

Ask yourself the important questions of life, because as Mother Teresa said, “We all need to find our Calcutta.”


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