What if we thought about the potential answers to our questions before we asked them? What if we really thought about our questions and how personal or intrusive they could be if asked? What if we took a moment to conjure or imagine the responses that our questions could elicit, even though they may be … Continue reading What if We Thought About the Potential Answers to our Questions Before We Asked Them?
I failed my bar exam. I was shocked. I was incredulous. I was hurt. I was disappointed. Then reality set in and the questions ensued. Of course, there were the obvious and practical questions: Did anyone else fail? What would I do with my life? What would I tell my future employer? How would my parents … Continue reading The Incredulity of Faith