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John Gianino

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Are our question titles more powerful then our answers?

Our belief is a powerful force. We believe in the definitions of words but with our individual perspectives. Many words become visual images in our minds, this is how our mind "sees" things. The word "i" is illustrated in our visual memory as an "EYE". The word tiger is visualized as the large cat. We see imagines in our minds not letters or numbers. How do you think this can make your question titles powerful?

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    Mar 17 2013: Questions are powerful because they invite answers. I have discovered that if I pay attention to my thoughts and things that happen around me, all or most questions are answered.

    Answers are closed, though they can inspire new questions. This makes them less powerful because they don't invite movement, and it is the movement that is the power.

    By the way, I don't visualize an eye when I think of me. I think of a singularity-like coordinate point.