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Monday, March 17, 2014

INFINITY AND BEYOND

Question Of The Week 03-17-14










Happy St. Patrick's Day!


21 comments:

  1. I am a Constant question asker and seeker of answers. Gathering information and learning new things is what keeps life interesting for me.

    Love ya bunches
    Sonny

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  2. I am firm in what I know...so I force myself to question, question, question!

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  3. I am a questioning person and love to research anything that crosses my mind. And you?

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  4. Sonny
    I was taught to always ask questions and seek answers. That I would never have all the answers but the search was important.

    Cliff
    Can I call that a "Cliff hanger"?

    Tabor
    You say you are firm in what you know, so do you never question what you think you already know or is that what you force yourself to question? It is never a good think to be positive that you have the right answer.

    Aunt Betsy
    I am a big questioner. My dad loved nothing better than a new question and was doing research to the very end of his long happy life.

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  5. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you!

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  6. How to answer this one....hmmm I think I can fall in both categories, sometimes I ask questions but sometimes I have no need because I know what I know.

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  7. Oh my - I ask questions. Too many, some might say. :)

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  8. It depends on the topic. If I'm interested in it I'll ask questions. Otherwise I just accept what I already know.

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  9. I figure the day you stop wanting to know more, they should wrap you up and stick you in the ground. :)

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  10. Definitely questions! There is still so much to learn.

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  11. Questions. Lots and lots of questions.

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  12. I live for questions. I live to learn.

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  13. It depends on the situation. I don't think that I always must ask a question, but if I have a question I do ask it.

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  14. My whole family thought my first name was "Why",and my middle name was "How", nothing has changed!

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  15. Always ask as many questions as i can, ALWAYS! What if?, Why? How? Which one all the time!

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  16. I am always asking questions. I used to make my fellow college classmates angry because I asked so many questions. Several years back I attended church and the pastor told me that I did not have enough faith because I asked too many questions.


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  17. Birdie, the pastor was a jerk. God doesn't mind that you ask questions. He knows you are going too.

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  18. Changes in the wind
    When you know what you know is there ever any room to possibly learn a little more about what you know that you know?

    Lynn
    It has always been my contention that you can never ask to many questions. Of course I did work for persons who openly declared, “You're not here to ask questions, you're just supposed to do what you're told.”

    Pat MacKenzie
    Yes, in order to make inquiry, you first have to be interested.

    Talon
    The day I do stop wanting to know more will already be that day.

    Barb
    I can remember as a child thinking that when I was an adult I would finally know everything.

    Elephant's Child
    Well, I don't question that.

    cube
    Learning something new is always exciting.

    Lisa
    I know what you are saying here. Some people will just ask questions to hear themselves and not really care about the answer.

    Brighid
    That is not a surprise about you at all..

    Brite Mist
    Often my biggest question starts, “What if”.

    Birdie
    Oh dear Birdie, that was not a good response from your pastor. My father, a minster, insisted the more we ask the more we learn and questions are good. Hope you had a nice St. Pat's day too.

    Lisa
    Good for you to come back for Birdie. I agree with you about the pastor missing the mark.

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  19. No I don't think I do. If I did I would have tried to meet my birth mother.

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  20. I ask a question if I genuinely need to know something otherwise I listen a lot. How ever my kids think that I talk a lot. LOL

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