This unique question instantly caused a fool such as I, to smile :-) .....
"Being" is intermingled within both the question and answer.
The mind will take you where ever it wants to take you.
The mind cannot take you to where you ultimately need to go.
The real question or answer is always there waiting, but the mind is frightened that it might not like the question or answer, especially one that it cannot comprehend, so it cautiously blocks the real question or answer.
The mind is not always helpful.
Such is the delightful, fail-safe, self-defence mechanism that is contained within the human mind.
When "Wisdom" initially dawns within a human being, it is a sign that one has 'momentarily' transcended the human mind.
One must next learn the method that is necessary to convert 'the momentary', into 'the permanent'.
The mind has been given certain restrictive limits, is it not so?
When the mind has been transcended and suddenly a question or answer appears, one might confront the mind and inquire as to the precise origin of the question or answer, that one has been given.
The precise origin being: It simply became necessary, so it simply appeared.
Please, try to remember: "Wisdom asks all the real questions, and Wisdom gives all the real answers."
Which brings up yet another question: What is the importance of Wisdom within ones life?
Wisdom 'can not' and 'will not' lie.
Wisdom is unconditional.
Synonymous: "Unconditional Wisdom - Unconditional Love"
Is that quality important within ones life?
It is, if one expects "The Truth" to reside within them.
Just what is it that can answer any wordless question?
Just what is it that can question any wordless answer?
Those are the same unique question!
*And all that was left was a wordless question that words could not express?
- The human soul finally confronts the human mind and softly whispers without words: Who (Hu) are you?
Only the human soul can wisely ask such a wordless question.
Only One without form can both ask and answer such a wordless question.
The One without form, is indeed Wisdom.
Perhaps one day we shall meet and embrace our soul, while walking upon the solitary path, that finally leads one "Home".
Peace be always with you.
a small insignificant sufi student and brother....