Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A-Z: Questions

Why are questions so important?

Could science advance without questions?

What about fiction?

Is it more important to answer every question--or question every answer?

What's your favorite question?

6 comments:

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Hmmm...my favorite question would have to be. . ."Where are we going for dinner?" :)

Name: Luana Krause said...

Are we there yet?

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan said...

Lisa, it's my husband's night to cook, so it's up to him. ;)

Luana, Almost.... ;)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

What is the meaning of life? I think the answer was 42. Although in our house, "What do YOU want to do?" happens often.

kelworthfiles said...

Hmm... I have to admit, I have a fondness for the classic question: "Why?" :)

If every question were answered, then the universe would become a place without a mystery, but if no questions were answered, it would be impossibly frustrating. Finding the sweet spot is tricky.

I'm starting up a 'Critiquing Crusaders' program, where participants in the Second Crusade can find other writers to exchange critiques with or form critiquing circles. If you're interested, come by The Kelworth Files to check it out!

anthony stemke said...

Questions are very important. Nothing happens until something is sold, and the best salesmen ask questions to best serve the customer.

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