Questions are powerful and can challenge us to look deeper. They can blow up the ground and redirect the river.
I saw a television program where, two men wanted to redirect the the river so that more water would go toward their land.
How do you do that?
By setting dynamite to blow up the river, it created new grooves and changed the flow of the water.
The same thing can happen when we use dynamic questions to unearth meaning, values, deeper desires and more.
Questions, can lead to discoveries, experiences and reveal a path forward.
Is the disruption worth it? Only you can tell. If you want a different path it may require a different action..
It may take blowing up the river to make new grooves and to get water to flow in a new and different direction.