When you ask each other questions, you change the texture of conversations.

Each person has their own tone of asking–adding personal texture and depth and layers. 

We often find ourselves in banal logistical muted talk. The kind of talk you subconsciously mute. And, if this conversation carries questions, you’ll answer them, uninspired.

Asking straightforward questions, no matter how awkward and stilted, can yield beautiful profound conversations.

So, here’s one or two for you.

What do you want?

Yesterday, Today, and tomorrow.
What have you missed?