The Last Best Question?

Jonette Crowley, Center for Creative Consciousness —  October 23, 2014 — 1 Comment

By Cynthia G. Piano

The transformation to Full Truth is an individual decision.  Do it, or not. I feel that it is the only way to full freedom.

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The Antennae Galaxies in Collision by NASA Davide Coverta

As we purge the last lies from our being

THE lies we tell ourselves

Every day

The TRUTH appears

Subtle

Powerful

Overcoming all

That was

For All

That

IS

The Last Best Question

It mattered not if I heard a judge, a press agent, a journalist, a sports reporter, a lawyer, a priest, a “lover”, a teacher, a corporate executive, a child, a scientist, a government leader, a parent, a police officer…

“Ask me no questions, and I’ll tell you no lies,” says the famous quote.

What does this mean?

Should we ask Oliver Goldsmith, B. B. King, or Johnny Thunder?

How many questions do we ask in our daily lives, having to discern the truth?

How much time and energy is wasted trying to “figure it out” or FEEL it?

What if everyone told the truth, or we could automatically “know” it–without doubt?

Would we ask questions anyway?

How would that change politics, religion, education, government, business, relationships and life itself?

What lies do we tell ourselves?

The mind can deliberately tell a lie, spoken in word or deed.

Just WHERE did we learn that, anyway?

Can we pinpoint the exact moment we learned to lie?

Who taught us?

And then learned that it was accepted as a human practice?

Is it?

What IS the truth, really?

Is my truth your truth?

If they are not the same, when does yours become mine, and mine yours?

Can the heart tell a lie?

Can the deep knowing of the human soul misrepresent?

What if we turned the tables on everything we were taught about deception?

What if we could trust everyone?

What if all we had to do, was to go inside of our hearts to find all truth?

Why do we need to rely on mechanized soulless technology for truth?

When does the price become too great for untruth?

Must we spend trillions to save all the lies, just to discern the truth?

Will saving all the lies, mixed with the truth, cost us some harm?

Or total destruction?

When can we stop asking?

And just “know” all?

When will we trust enough, love enough, and BE enough, to go forward in peace and prosperity?

Perhaps THAT is the only question worth asking.

(c) 2014 Cynthia G. Piano:  Founder, Oneness House ~ A Spiritual Spa  http://www.onenesshouse.net/.

Jonette Crowley, Center for Creative Consciousness

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Jonette is a spiritual adventurer and modern-day shaman who leads spiritual tours to power places around the globe. She is a gifted channel, oracle, and author of the internationally best-selling books “The Eagle and the Condor” and “Soul Body Fusion®.” She is the founder of the Soul Body Fusion® method for healing and beyond. With her guide 'MARK' she teaches people to reach multi-dimensional and quantum states of consciousness.

One response to The Last Best Question?

  1. 

    Chatter mind is asking. Peaceful mind doesn’t ask.

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