The simplest questions are the most profound, said Richard Bach, in one of his books. of the four questions:
Where were you born?
Where is your home?
Where are you going?
What are you doing?
one was missing. Where are you?
It’s a good question, like the first four to ask yourselves, once in a while and see your answers change. It is really a difficult question to answer, if you think about it. Even the most obvious answer — your geographical coordinates — to that question can get you thinking. The other obvious answer is usually where you are on the timeline of your life vis-à-vis where you thought you would be.
It is also a question that potentially transforms you into a third person searching for you. Are you lost? Are you hiding?
Whichever way you interpret the question, the answer is always the same: I am here. And then, you understand the real essence of the question.
Where is here?