A Newly Old Instrument

Your judgment can not always be right.
And you would tell us not to question your right.

Questioning is what can determine the soundness of every judgment.
Just like an act of assessment.

If you want peace to reign in your home, at least, to questioning, give one room.
Living together in this conditioning is welcome.

If you want peace to reign at work, officially call for questioning of your acts and decisions.
In order to actually make it work.

Anywhere you want peace to reign, accommodation of questioning would do it.
Though it’s an old instrument, but still veritable and relevant in today’s world and in this earth.

Questioning is an old instrument that is still shedding light to knotty issues.
It’s been reformed in many ways to emit life out of the blues.

Some call it dialogue, because questioning others as per their actions is allowed.
And it’s helpful in settling disagreement, fracas, and long-term feud.

Peaceful coexistence will ensue.
And global development will follow suit.

Some call it Reasoning, because questioning your own self on the actions you’ve taken or about to take is reasonable and desirable.
This gets you, in all areas, able and stable.


In a moment gives you increased momentum and turns you a monument.
That brings about a successful accomplishment.

Questioning is an old instrument that is still veritable and applicable in our newly evolved society.
Albeit, it is undesirable and unpalatable, but it helps in its entirety leaving no hostility.

“Come now, and let us reason together, said the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.”

Isaiah 1:18.

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  1. Hi Peter,

    great work, it is a characteristic of open minds. Of course that we must be open enough to admit that we are wrong.I believe that is very important for good an happy life.

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