Short questions, long answers [Part 4]

It’s understandable why most of us are more comfortable with answers (even if they are incorrect) than questions (even if they are profound). Questions make us think and that’s not always an enjoyable sensation. Thinking makes us conscious of our limitations whereas answers provide us with an instant ego boost. The one who questions tends to be powerful in this exchange unless the respondent has the right answers in place. Either way, it’s funny how our literacy system almost failed to prepare us for asking questions as well as seeking answers.

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