Answers. . .

Answers are overrated and quests for them under appreciated.

The smartest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with have tended to ask more questions than anything. Many times, I got the feeling they knew the answers, but they asked questions anyway.

One professor I had did this to an extreme. When I asked him why, he told me that 9 times out of 10, even when he knew the answer, there was something about the answer that he didn’t fully understand that asking the question helped solidify for him.

Answers themselves are rarely even answers anyway. They are rarely the whole story. Usually, answers show themselves to be merely the preamble to a deeper question, which we didn’t bother to ask before.

When we spend less time focusing on the final answers to our questions both large and small ands instead focus and more on the journey towards what we are looking for, our journey and our learning learning really takes a seat at the bigger table of understanding.

Peace and Love, Jim

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