WHY DO YOU THINK THAT?
How many times have you heard the words “Why do to think that?”. If you find yourself facing such a challenge again be prepared to notice that an answer to that question is probably not spontaneous unless of course you are a fast – thinking lawyer.
I was the victim of a skilled interviewer once and embarrassed when I had no answer. It wasn’t as though I had prepared for such a question; I wasn’t a PhD candidate in the midst of an oral exam – I was being asked to defend one of life’s values, a rule by which I had lived my life, a core value the rightness of which one does not question.
I had no answer. And that was my answer. “I don’t know…” I replied. “I just don’t know.
And thus began a shift in the way I view life. I write about, I think about, I puzzle over and I seek answers to my own questions. And that is how I morphed from a life as a writer to that of a writer with purpose.