When are we going to get what we need most?
And what is it that we need most?
Is it clear ideas or perhaps an absolute command over each of the factors that control our lives?
Is it perfect health, lots of money in the bank, the best personal relationships, or is it having all of the above together?
Maybe it is simpler as the Beatles pictured it: "All you need is love".
"There's nothing you can do that can't be done.
Nothing you can sing that can't be sung
Nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game
It's easy.... All you need is love"
Are those the right questions?
I firmly believe that we do not find many answers because sometimes we do not know how to ask ourselves the questions properly and forget that we are very high technology machines capable of thinking at a very high level and analyzing even the most complicated concepts and ideas.
What would happen if we asked the questions from the least predictable point of view?
Am I ready to live and die for what I presume it is what I want the most?
When I get it in my mind, how do I feel, does it fill me up?
Is it worth all the sacrifices?
That thing I think I need most will be the one that will contribute significantly to the whole?
Maybe If you can answer all these questions with absolute sincerity, then 3,2,1...
You have already taken off...