“What is my problem?”
“What do you have to do with it?”
“Given my problem and your implication in it,
what should I do next?”
Every human being repeatedly asks questions like these. The motive is obvious. In the process and under the pressures of living together with others we must each learn about our own situations. Problems large and small are inexorable. Everyday inquiry of this sort is inevitable. We ask questions.
There are many ways to do this. It happens from different positions within our common world and with different objectives in view. A person seeking to grow a business might inquire from the position of Executive or Employee. A person seeking to maintain a family might inquire from the position of Parent or Child. Student and Parishioner, Worker and Volunteer, Member of teams and parties and clubs and gangs, indeed everyone who seeks to solve a problem, must engage a form of inquiry that is apt to their specific situation and position. Read more