I woke up from a nap the other day and the words "What do you want?" were in my head. I pictured them framed in a rectangle. I wrote them down quickly. I felt a need to capture them.
Since then, I have worked on the question but not fully answered it. I'm finding it surprisingly difficult. Is there something that should be obvious but I'm not seeing it? Was the question just something random that entered my thoughts? Maybe the only answer required was "A glass of water - yes, that's what I want" I don't know.
I wonder what other people want. What are they hoping for and working towards as they interact with people, work, play, have their quiet times. What are you hoping for? Do you know? Is it only me who can't come up with an answer? Was there a page missing in my instruction booklet? Another one?
I'm not going to spend hours and hours on this question but I will think about it. Maybe the answer I find will help me focus my attention and live more purposefully. Or maybe I'll just decide I want to repaint the living room or buy new shoes. I don't know. All I did was take a nap and come up with a question. It's fun to think this is profoundly meaningful. But new shoes are fun too.
PS - I always love to hear what you're thinking! Comments are most welcome. Joanne