Thursday, March 23, 2023


Can a question become a quest and therefore spawn an answer? Does a question become a seed for creativity? Does a child’s innocent question state the obvious or raise a philosophical debate?

Perhaps a question is a combination of all of these. Where would we be today if the great minds, inventors and explorers had not had a question?

Perhaps many of their questions were ridiculed and labeled absurd and unattainable. Thankfully that did not stop them and they persevered. To that end we have medicines, inventions and a myriad of other questions turned into ideas and finally discoveries that have benefited mankind through the ages.

While we all won’t possibly ever match the magnitude of the aforementioned accomplishments, we can still ask questions.

Ask questions by focusing on matters that affect your life, your work and the everyday actions and situations in your life.

Do not automatically decide whether the question bares merit or is ridiculous. Just asking yourself will begin a process. The next step will be to pose your question to your family, friends or co-workers depending on who might benefit from your question and subsequent answer. After gauging their reaction and receiving input, advise and even debate, this will hopefully give you the encouragement to continue your quest for an answer to your question.

There’s an often repeated adage that the only stupid question is the one never asked.

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