It’s very tempting to seek the answers. To want to know it all. To think that every problem has an easy, ready solution.
That’s what school taught us, through multiple choice tests, true or false quizzes and other set ways of measuring correctness.
However, life, unlike school, isn’t so easily measured.
The danger of always knowing the answer is:
You may never discover something new.
You may never learn something amazing, inspiring, transforming.
You may never ask interesting questions.
And sometimes its inside questions where discovery and new insights hide.
Instead of seeking answers, solutions, the correct path, ask yourself What’s an interesting question that could shift the way you see things?
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