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Do you think it's possible to run out of questions?

         

Feb 20, 2012 8:24 AM
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@h_a - yes I think I do know what you mean.  And I agree about the benefits of both over-analysing and just letting something be.  I think from my point it is not necessarily about over analysing and burdening the subject with more and more inane questions that fail to grasp the real issue - but to find the one or two key questions that will reveal, for us all, the heart of the matter.  If that makes sense :))

February 22, 2012

No...may be for the moment....But more of them Mushroom up with time

February 22, 2012

No no...over-analyzing is what we should be taught to do! But infact it's just the opposite, here in the states, with the tests and such. When you overanalyze you are standing in front of a mountain of questions and answers. We should always ask questions and yes question the credibility of that---all to provide more effective answers/etc........You know what I mean! We know more with technology but it's the soul (emotional states/ect...)and human chemistry (the animal thing)  that is (also) holding us back from being more knowledgable

February 22, 2012

So what are you saying?  We shouldn't ask anymore questions?  Or no more questions about problems we think we have solved?  What do we really know?  And I don't mean these questions fecitiously.

February 21, 2012

With over-analysing there's always a new question with always a different answer (s)! 

February 21, 2012
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