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Chapter 3. Home Stage Tasks > Home Asking Questions

Home Asking Questions

Questions begin the quest, or search, for answers. They disturb our peace of mind and shift our thinking from what is to what could be. The most important question is, What do you want?

Over 2,300 years ago, Aristotle concluded that, more than anything else, people want happiness. Many things can do the job—recognition for a job well done, acquiring a new skill, buying an expensive car, a quiet moment of reflection. It doesn’t have to be a mansion on a hill or a winning score. The definition is as varied as are the people who define it. It might be contributing to a worthwhile cause, solving a problem, or experiencing the simple joy of eating in a nice restaurant without worrying about the expense. Anything you want is ultimately the means to the result, and that is happiness. Many people work hard to find it, others hope to win it, others steal for it, some martyr themselves for it, and some wander aimlessly wondering what it is.


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