question… q is for

Often, when kids are at a certain age they go through a “why” phase. You must eat your vegetables… why? We are going to Nana’s house… why? The sky is blue… why? BECAUSE I SAID SO!!! (insert cranky parent A or B or C here who is now getting very tired of answering said question). I often wonder if this sets a bad precedent…

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As we grow up and move into the outworld we sometimes hesitate to question. We are following orders, don’t want to cause friction, are ambivalent to the answer… too many reasons to name. My question is, shouldn’t we question more?

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