Ever heard of the statement that the, “quality of your questions determine the quality of your life”? Nothing could closer to the truth than this statement. The types of questions people ask themselves have potential to either cause misery or transform their lives.
So what kinds of questions produce a quality life? And what kinds of questions produce a mediocre life?
To improve the quality of your life, the questions you ask yourself must never focus on your past mistakes, blaming anything or anyone, current circumstances or a particularly any bad experience. They must be solution oriented, progressive, innovative and forward-looking.
This means that you should never be pre-occupied with questions such as why your parents never took you to school? Why the bad thing happened? Why he/she broke your heart? Why the world is unfair? Such questions will only invoke similar, negative and depressing feelings that cripple your creativity and ability to see and devise a way out of your mess or situation.
Instead begin to ask questions how else can i finish my school? How can I solve this problem? How can I focus this energy onto developing myself instead of wasting time using it to please someone who never appreciated it? How can I make the world a better place? Or how can I afford a better life and more fulfilling relationship?
The difference may be subtle but it all lies in the feelings and focus adopted through the questions you choose to ask yourself.