The ‘wonder’ I am referring to, is the ‘wonder we feel when we don’t know something, but wish we did! “I wonder what this is about?”, “I wonder what that means?”
When we ‘wonder’ about something, we will find an answer; when we just accept and don’t query, we will never see something as it actually is, and which can then grow, develop, and evolve.
So ‘I wonder’ is the question we must ask when something doesn’t seem right, or we don’t understand it.
Also, when we talk about the ‘wonder’ of something, we are giving it the value it deserves, and this usually refers to something we don’t fully understand – ‘the wonder of the universe’, the ‘wonder of a beautiful part of nature such as the Great Barrier Reef’.
To ‘wonder’ about something usually means opening to new meanings, to new wisdom, to more intelligence and growth. If we never ‘wonder’ about anything, we will miss so much of the beauty and wonder of our amazing planet, and our incredible universe.
Imaging a child who never wondered about anything; how could this child ever learn and grow?
So, lets continue to wonder, ask questions, and listen; then closed doors will open, and the Light of love and beauty will illuminate our beautiful world, and the beautiful Beings and creatures that dwell within it.