7 comments on “Questions

  1. So often, I hear people saying “What are the answers? What are the answers?!” But it’s not that often that I hear people say “What are the questions?” I think you’re correct, H.C. Sometimes the answers are found in the questions. It’s a strange thing to say or even to understand. But it’s 100% correct. Good post.

    I hope to see more of your posts. No offense to my man Dre here (you know I’m a huge fan of your stuff, Andre), but I can see the quality of this blog is going to go up another notch. I can’t wait to keep reading!

    • Thanks KC,
      I’m especially counting on you to keep me honest. It’s such an honor to be asked to contribute on a site as great as Andre’s and a bit intimidating knowing what you guys have come to expect and the high level of intellect I’m going to be dealing with. Hopefully I can advance a point of view that will keep everyone thinking. We’ll see.

  2. Agree with you both 100%. This is a good observation. Questions improve the quality of learning process and make learning a more interesting activity for many. I fully agree with the statement that a fair amount of talent is required to frame good thought provoking questions.

    • Hey Darren,
      Thanks. I read the comic “Frazz” once (a good example of how varied my sources are) where one of the kids asked Frazz (The lead character) how he could be sure he was learning and not just being indoctrinated by the teachers. Frazz asked him if he was allowed to ask questions. The kid answered “Yes”. Frazz then said, “Then your learning.” I use that example a lot, it makes a great point.

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