The big question always comes as the off hand remark, that if you’re listening to the sentence, the clause, the note — it appears, right there.
The big ask is the simplest.
It is the foundation of question — the why, the where, the who. What? And that will lead to: because. But that is be cause. Any answer is commitment, doing something.
These are foundation words. I think that I’ve written dozens of words, sentences about that questioning. And sometimes, the notation of query is something different — it is a word that comes at you backwards — the ebb and flow of language, seen backwards, colored with sound.
|HOW | WHO|
The coloration of presence is a map to the ask, which might be everything, and anything, all at once, the same time, once in a lifetime. And that’s what it is: life time.
|BEGIN | BEING
(W)HERE | TH(ERE)
These are questions: I will listen to the scent, the big ask of the moment — I will taste the sound, the query of the air. I will touch the sense — the big ask of wholeness. It will never be about the answer; it will be about the question. The question is the voyage beginning.
|The big ask is the quest.
Tim | Scribed: Central Park