How many times have you asked the question why?

I know I have asked it many times.

But how why is phrased makes a difference. What I mean is this. We can ask it from a place of being a victim or from a place of curiosity.

How many of you have heard someone say… why does this always happen to me?

How many of you have asked yourself that question?

I know I have. Well, when we ask ourselves that question. Guess what happens…..

Many times our brain goes looking for the why. Do you really want to keep finding that negative thing that keeps happening to you?

So what why questions could you be asking?

Do you really think I am going to answer that for you?

You need to find the answer to that.. Ask the why questions you are wanting the answers for.