Who could hear me if I dont speak? Who could see me if I never came? Who could feel me if I'm not close. Who would ask me anything if I never would answer? Who could trust me if I never give promise or assurance?

asked 13 Jun '12, 12:49

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Rajoo Ramon

closed 13 Jun '12, 13:17

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@Rajoo Ramon, Inward Quest is a knowledge exchange for specific questions and answers. I'm closing your question because it appears to be more of a riddle than a question. It would be more appropriate for a discussion board. Please refer to the FAQ for guidance on asking questions here: http://www.inwardquest.com/faq/

(13 Jun '12, 13:23) Barry Allen ♦♦

There are quite a lot of questions in this one question here. I think you need to elaborate on each question separate as single full questions in and of themselves.

(13 Jun '12, 16:02) Wade Casaldi
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The question has been closed for the following reason "Vague question / Question does not contain enough detail" by Barry Allen 13 Jun '12, 13:17

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