In response to following comment: “Love the stimulating questions. Would also love however to hear your own answers to your questions!” If I had the answers I probably would not be asking the questions. If I did have the answers then I would not be writing this blog, I would be sitting in a hut, on top of a mountain, with a long Grey beard, wearing a wizard cap dispensing eternal knowledge. Gertrude Stein once said: “The answer is there is no answer.” In my little world questions are more important than answers.


At 8/6/07, 7:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes Questions serve as a guide. However it is the right question that is asked as well.

At 8/6/07, 9:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no right or wrong question!!!


At 8/7/07, 7:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree!!! As in, there are no stupid questions! An un-asked question is a stupid question!


At 8/7/07, 12:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember with every question comes a presumption. The question you ask takes you in a direction. It is equally wise to know what question to ask and what question not to ask.

Jonathan Hewitt ATC

At 8/7/07, 1:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"There are no stupid questions and silence indicates a desire to remain stupid"

Thus, it necessary to learn to ask the key questions.

Why are we doing this?

At 8/8/07, 8:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on Jon, you are smarter than that.

Whether knowing to ask or not to ask? It is still a question. If it is "not to ask", then it will remain an unasked question.

The answer will be "no" if you don't ask.


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