Why should we ask questions? Well, here are some reasons to do so!
1. To acquire knowledge
2. To eliminate confusion
3. To guide a conversation in the direction we want it to go
4. To enable a person to discover answers for themselves
5. To gain empathy through better understanding another’s view
6. To humbly show we have knowledge on a specific topic
7. To stimulate creativity and idea generation
8. To gain a person’s attention
9. To solve a problem
10. To reach agreement or to “agree to disagree” with clarity
Human beings just can’t live without asking questions. The natural phenomenon of asking questions starts at an early age and these questions never end until a person dies. When we ask questions, we are seeking information that helps us in one way or the other. Humans normally need information to plan things, seek solutions to our problems or to know about something that is unknown to them. That’s why we ask questions.
At times, we simply ask questions to start a conversation with someone. Every one of us experiences “why”, what”, “when”, “where” and “how” every day in our lives. Sometimes, we simply ask questions to make us feel better in tough times.
Disciplined questions can help a person explore intricate ideas, open up issues, uncover truth, analyse things or simply control a discussion. Questioning opens doors to a never-ending learning process. Humans ask questions to seek explanations and keep learning throughout their lives.
I find it odd that a large proportion of the population do not question what they are being told these days, especially by the government and the mainstream media. Why is that?
Why are we only given one view of what the government says and opposing views are discouraged and even censored?
For example, have you thought why no one in government ever talks about looking after your immune system by natural means instead of using the only solution of the medical intervention (the experimental inoculation)? It can be so easily done by following the right diet. For example:
Leptin Resistance: https://youtu.be/X25mAhFPmuU
After what we were told last year that healthy children were least at risk, do you question why children should be forced to have the experimental inoculation?
Do you question why there is such a massive push to get the whole world inoculated with an experimental jab?
Do you question why a booster is now required when we were told at the outset that the jab was the solution to end the so-called pandemic so that we could all live our lives normally again?
Everything that has happened so far has not made sense to me. Does it make sense to you?
Whether you like it or not, the world has changed so much in the past 18 months. Whether you like it or not, you must realise that life is getting more and more restrictive. Whether you like it or not, you must realise that we are being told what to do.
Don't you think it is time to stop and ask why this is happening?
If you want to keep freedom secure, you have to say "NO".