From a metaphysical and metaphorical perspective, the process of casting, relative to our spiritual evolution, can be likened to our soul being poured into the mold of our present-time body, which is itself cast to play a specific role and intentioned life purpose.
When used properly, questions have the potential to connect us to the world of another. A heartfelt "How are you?" or "How was your day?" can become the bridge that keeps us in relationship to the lives of those we love.
When hearing two competing voices inside me, I've too often listened to the louder one, the more popular one, the more demanding one. Slowly I'm learning to listen more deeply, to listen beyond the clamor, to listen for the quieter voice of knowing.
I watched this rabbit for hours and in it, I saw humanity. I saw the struggles, and I saw the victories. I saw the skittishness when the rabbit was in fear, and I saw every manner of the human condition.
When the scientist or the journalist finds answers, the answers must remain open, serving as doorways to further questions. But what about the curiosity of the seeker? Can long-sought wisdom, once found, block further inquiry?