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Learning to Love the Questions



Question Mark Graffiti


From the book The World According to Mr. Rogers (by Fred Rogers):

“The great poet Maria Rilke wrote: “Be patient towards all that is unsolved in your heart, and learn to love  the questions themselves.”

I think I may create a journal page with this quotation at the top and just start listing…


I like the idea of loving the questions. I like to think positively in the midst of chaos.


I have always been able to find the silver lining. I hope I always will.







Author: agnestirrito

I write. Make art. And in between, I do the best I can. ✌🏼️

2 thoughts on “Learning to Love the Questions

  1. I think in the chaos of a problematic situation, a question is like a life line dangling down, the beginning of a way out.

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