While you may have heard this question before, from some other place, I credit my colleague, Jim Anderson, for this beautiful (and often maddening) question. It's maddening to ponder when I am feeling self-righteous and don't want to be stopped in my tracks. Or, when I am certain that things should be "otherwise." Or, when I am just tired of what is. And it's a beautiful eye-opener question when I can move past all that (not always easy). It is a question that invites me to find the lessons in my frustration.Jim is a coach, healer, intuitive, creative, laugh-maker, supporter, and inspirer-of-hope. Being in Jim's presence is a treat. You can't help but expand and see things in new ways. Bringing myself to this question, often, shows me that there is perfection in acceptance. Thank you, Jim.