can you come out with a new question evry other minute

@jamie622 (508)
April 8, 2007 9:51pm CST
Do you think you have an inquistive enough mind to come out witha new question evry other minute . It generaly happens that hours or even days pass by without asking ourselves a new question .Do you think asking more questions will make each moment more interesting and a sense of purpose . How dedicated you are to find an answer once you have asked the quesion ? Do yu go to any extent to find an answer ? What if you went . What an interesting amazing life you would have , just like a video game . Would you like to ask a new question evry now and then .
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@AnythngArt (3304)
• United States
9 Apr 07
If you are asking a new question every other minute, then you are not spending much time to get the answers. Questioning things is a good thing generally; it means we don't take life for granted or accept the norm. However, to really get meaning from the process, you have to spend just as much effort on answering as you do asking. In writing, I like books that force you to think in new ways or learn more about a new subject. One more common example is Dan Brown's book, the "Da Vinci Code." After reading that book, I read two others about religion and about knights. To be so encouraged to find out new things (or new things about old topics) is a great compliment to the writer.
• United States
9 Apr 07
What would be the point of coming up with a question every other minute? How much time would that leave you for anything else? I doubt that most questions would even have much value or make much sense if you went at it that way. It would sort of like reading the questions of some of the spammers on mylot, just one after another, with practically no content.