If we don’t want to know the answer to something, we probably shouldn’t ask the question. That said, there are never easy answers to questions that are not asked clearly. Misinterpretation and interpretation from each party’s perspective will impact the answers. Questions asked as accusations are unlikely to get great answers either. Stupid questions? Well, while some might believe there may not be such a thing as a stupid question…questions can, however, be unintelligently asked.
If we breathe before we speak and keep love in our hearts when asking questions, the likelihood is that we may get better answers. Or, at least they may be more direct and to the point.
If we ask questions, it is important to listen. Maybe repeating back the answer — especially if it’s directions.
Questions are how we say: Enough about me: I want to learn more about you.”
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