This was actually Carl’s question at the end of Wednesday’s meeting (I am putting it in my own words).
Is there a question which is vital enough, significant enough, meaningful enough to each one of us, that we will voluntarily stay with it until it has been completely investigated and resolved (or exposed)?
Because, if it is a burning question to us personally, then we will stay with it to the very end.
Now, there may be no such question. - Nevertheless, it is still worth finding out if there is such a question: because if there isn’t such a question for each one of us then we will never stay with our questions completely - we will always wander off, get distracted, make detours and deviations away from the question, etc., because the question doesn’t touch us deeply.
So is there a question which is so burning, so intense, that we will voluntarily stay with it to the very end?