Creating space for beautiful questions

Beautiful questions need room to breathe.

These are the ones that open up our world rather than closing it down.

That inspires hope, yet do so graciously and gracefully. Not pushing us into a corner but inviting us into wide-open spaces.

Beautiful questions remind us that we are whole beings, becoming from the inside out.

Questions that shift our gaze upwards and outwards in wonder and awe.

“Always the beautiful answer who asks a more beautiful question.”

+ e e cummings, introduction to New Poems (1938)