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Let the Questions Grip You

Back in May, a friend asked me a question. It was one I couldn't answer then and I'm still wrestling with it.  

Nearly every week since then, I've tried to find an answer for him. I felt like until I answered it, I would be haunted by it.

But then I found out that being gripped by the right question is better than finding an answer. Wrestling with a tough question can put us on a journey with deep meaning, something we might not have undertaken had we been able to pull up an answer on our phone.  

So don't fear a question for which you don't have an immediate answer. Sink into that question and let it grip you. In its grasp you may learn more about yourself than you thought possible.