I had heard you once say that the same action repeated twice could be "right" – an action based on your highest level of perception – one time, and not so another time. Are there times when asking questions are for the right reason whereas not so at other times?
Questions are the steering mechanisms that guide the direction of your life. They are vitally important. I was merely trying to lay the foundation for the understanding that there are no "right" answers, nor "right" questions because both questions and answers have no end, and there is an eternal array of both.✶
I certainly hope that my following question isn't offensive — it is merely for us to learn. But how do you know that your ongoing guidance of your Lightfamily is not the result of an addiction to teach?
I watch the source of my actions mercilessly and refuse to allow or indulge even the slightest dysfunction to determine my actions. Sometimes I can see my folly, but may allow it to continue for a while while I study why it may have arisen. I'll study it only until I have found the impetus for that action.
The example of my teaching when I am retired, has been ruthlessly examined by me. It does not arise from a compunction, but rather from a failure to understand the value of suffering. I know it must have value, or else it would not exist. But to date I have not been able to see you [the Lightfamily] suffer without my trying to alleviate it through providing increased perception.
✶See: A Loop of Mirrors