Questions Beget Questions

Questions Beget Questions May 10, 2014

David Hayward's cartoon above illustrates what happens when you tackle a question, thinking that all that will be involved is getting a simple answer. Usually instead what you get is an answer that brings with it many more new questions.

Or as a character on LOST famously said, “any answers I give you will simply lead to more questions.”

 

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