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Why Not? Knowledge Comes Through Asking “Why”

Posted on : 11-02-2011 | By : stargaterich | In : personal development

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Barish Kurniawan of Brunei wrote:

Hi Rich, I find your article post entitled “Two words that you should not use – But & Why “ to be rather misleading and confusing to say the least. First thing first, a person will never learn if they do not bother to ask questions in particular those in the form of ‘why’ questions.

In many aspect of life, in particular in the area of education such as mathematics or physics, it is imperative to understand the underlying fundamental and basics by asking questions in the form of “why”. You need to explore and gather facts finding by asking pertinent questions in the form of “why”.

Therefore I am incline to dismiss this article of yours as completely out of touch with reality. Perhaps you may further clarify as to ‘why’ you think we can live a better life without having to bother about asking as to why things are the way it is today versus what it can be if only we realize why it goes that way. In summary, why not ?  Knowledge comes through asking “why” at the right time and at the right place isnt it?

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