What if? An excursion into speculative philosophy:
In the novel "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams, the computer "Deep Thought" declares that "the answer to the Great Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything" is forty-two.
However, it is not the answer which is to be found, but the question, the last of all questions (Adams, Douglas (1979/2020): Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis, Zurich, Berlin, p. 198f.).
Unfortunately, we do not know this last of all questions. But we are convinced that it is mostly questions that can get a conversation going.
Our messages are therefore questions that are meant as impulses: The answers always lie with the other person. Even the rhetorically intended question triggers an inner, monological process that is as individual as the counterpart to whom it is addressed.
In all publicity, messages are made for a limited period of time, which nevertheless remain
remain private and can only be received individually, with binoculars.