Always question everything, no matter what


All questions are relevant. All questions are pertinent. Why is that? Good question. What is a question? What is the activity of questioning everything and what does it involve?

Questioning everything is a profound and beautiful expression of genuine intuition, intelligence, soulfulness and spirituality. It is an infinitely vast expression of curiosity.

What is curiosity? Genuine curiosity, I mean. It is the honest and earnest passion for knowledge and comprehension, without any ulterior motive other than the evolution of one’s self in conscience and consciousness.

To question everything, one is to be honest and rebellious. Honesty means the refusal to lie and deceive.

In the moral sense, rebellion is standing up in defiance against all evil, while in the general sense, it means the drive and passion to grow and evolve, overcoming all obstacles, manifesting something better than what was before, standing taller and flying higher, being and expressing more and more of who I and we, always and already are: freedom, liberty, defiance, etcetera.

Therefore, you see, there is never such a thing as a “bad” or “stupid” question.

All honest questioning is a sign of intuition and intelligence, because the purpose is to grow in conscience and consciousness.

The quality of one’s empathy, reasoning or motivation, however, is another thing; and it is related to the actual motives for which a question is asked.

If you are in a context or are talking about a particular something that everyone else is, or pretends to be, knowledgeable about, and you ask a question that everyone in that context either knows, assumes they know or expect you to know the answer to, as well, then that is a sign of curiosity on your part, and therefore intuition and intelligence.

If they say “pfft, what a stupid question”, on account of them seeing that you’re not knowledgeable about that topic or context, then they show their own stupidity, because they confuse someone’s expressed level of knowledge on a topic with the quality of their expressed cognition. Even worse, if they have a belief system and they try to use words such as “ignorant” or “stupid”, or indeed shrouding their religious statements in a veil of “studiousness” by cloaking the period at the end with a question mark, as a means of overestimating and excusing their own expressed ignorance and stupidity, by trying to deceive and delude themselves into erroneously believing that everyone else is in the exact way that they (the accusers, in this case) are.

Wisdom, intuition, and intelligence have nothing to do with whether or not anyone agrees or disagrees on something. In other words, they have nothing to do with opinion or belief.

Wisdom, intuition and intelligence have everything to do with always questioning, remembering (learning), knowing and comprehending everything, veyond the lens of bias and veyond all veils of illusion.

Likewise, cognition and knowledge, while mutually beneficial to one another, are not the same thing.

You can have however much knowledge you want about something, but if you don’t comprehend that particular something, that means you’re knowledgeable, but not really discerning. If you comprehend everything you know, but at the same time you don’t know all that much about the thing, then while you may have the expressed aptitude for comprehension, the progress and growth of that aptitude is staggered by the notion that there is knowledge still in the unknown to you, at a particular moment in so-called “time-space”.

Knowledge and comprehension, like I said, are mutually beneficial. Just like how writing and reading, and having books is mutually beneficial.

If you know how to write and read, but you don’t currently manifest a reality where you express the means to write something, or you don’t have any book at hand, that sucks. If you have all the books, or any other means of information storage, but you don’t know how to read or write, that also sucks.

Combine the things, and you grow in all aspects. Write, read, paint, create, etcetera.

Always question everything. The more we know, the more we know, how much more there is to know; that applies to comprehension, as well.

Wisdom is the harmonious conjunction and blending of the emotions and the intellect, furthermore the heart and the mind, and the intuition and intelligence, in questioning, remembrance, knowing and comprehension, as well as expression, loving, living and being ourselves, both in-form and veyond-form, always and veyond ways.

Intuition, or in other words in-tuition, is the “inner” knowing and remembrance of ourselves as conscience and consciousness.

Intelligence, or in other words in-telligence, is the “inner” questioning and comprehension of ourselves as conscience and consciousness.

The heart is the knower, and the mind is the comprehender. Before you comprehend something, you are to first know the thing.

The heart and the mind are the right and left arms of ourselves as soul and spirit, which are in turn the individual and infinite, unlimited aspects and expressions of ourselves as infinite and unlimited consciousness and beingness.

Aside from the catalyst of choice, which is always one of the main and prime reasons for everything in manifestation, honesty and rebellion are the main catalysts for all growth and evolution.

There is no growth in lies and deceit; only degradation.

The growth to be had in a context of deceit, is not falling for it; or if you have fallen for it, to rise above it once again and redeem yourself, to yourself.

In truth and honesty, there is always evolution and elevation, for it is through genuineness that the flow of our own geniusness and consciousness, we manifest, through a choice to overcome the lies and be truthful and sincere, no matter what. No matter the death, pain or torture. No matter the pleasure, joy and happiness.

No matter what I might endure or enjoy, I will never tell a lie.

I imagine, will, intend and choose myself to always be honest, rebellious and genuine, in everything that I say and do, no matter what.

In other words, I am always myself, in-form and veyond-form, always and veyond ways.

And, you know what I’ve found (remembered)? Among other things…

Nobody and nothing whatsoever has any “higher claim” (nor any claim, whatsoever) to our lives than we do.

Never obey, never rule. Never surrender, never impose. Never follow, never command.

Never serve, never be served. Never pray, never be prayed to. Never worship, never be worshipped. Never submit, never dominate. Never a slave, never a master.

Never give up, never give in.

In other words…

Never fear, and never be feared.


Always proud, strong and defiant. Playful, teasing and mysterious. Conscious, confident and fearless.

Bravery is the refusal to let fear influence us.

Courage is the process of overcoming fear.

Fearlessness is having risen above fear.

Nobody and nothing whatsoever has any “higher claim” (nor any claim, whatsoever) to our lives than we do.

There can be no “chosen” ones, and there are no “chosen” ones. Only I and we can save ourselves, and only I and we are responsible for doing so. All pain and suffering are always self-inflicted, and all evolution and elevation are always self-facilitated. By us, from us, with ourselves, individually, infinitely and unlimitedly, in every way and veyond the very notion and concept of “ways”.

Freedom is never given. Freedom is never taken.

I and we are all and always rebellion, courage, honesty, defiance… intuition, intelligence, soul and spirit, conscience and consciousness… originality, inventivity, ingenuity, creativity… love, reason and wisdom… questioning, awakeness, awareness, knowing and comprehension…

I and we are all and always free and freedom, imagination, will and intent… infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.




13 thoughts on “Always question everything, no matter what

  1. First of all I want to say fantastic blog! I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was interested to find out how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I’ve had difficulty clearing my mind in getting my
    thoughts out there. I do enjoy writing however it just seems like the first 10 to
    15 minutes are lost simply just trying to
    figure out how to begin. Any suggestions or tips?

    Thank you!

    1. There’s no “process”. I write what I feel like writing, when I feel like writing it, how I feel like writing it, and why I feel like doing so.

      So, one of my advice both with regards to writing, as well as everything else, is do what you want to do, honestly and genuinely, for the sake of doing so. Write something that you, yourself, would find meaning in and would like to read, without giving a shit about whoever does or doesn’t like it.

      We are to always be ourselves, no matter fuckin’ what.

      1. I and we are to always be ourselves, proud, strong and defiant, playful, teasing and mysterious, conscious, knowing, confident and fearless… among other things….

        1. I and we are to always be ourselves, proud, strong and defiant, playful, teasing and mysterious, conscious and creative, knowing and comprehending, confident and fearless… among other things….

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