Asking questions gives us clarity. It’s the simplest way of learning and its effective too. It’s also the best way for us to gain deeper insight. Questions inform, inspire, they encourage healthy debate and discussion.
But questions may not always go down well either. It depends who is answering your questions and whether they’re happy for you to ask. Since asking questions is the easiest way to absorb knowledge and it’s important we ask, why do some of stop asking questions, or why do some of us not even start?
If someone else can ask the questions for us, it means we don’t have to, others may think they know or assume they know the answers, so don’t bother to ask. They will usually remain steadfast in their assumptions, as they continue to cling to their beliefs.
But sometimes we’re afraid questions might show us in a poor light, if others don’t agree or think our questions are inappropriate. On the other hand, asking question is a sign of strength and intelligence and allows us to follow through with conviction. Asking questions bring clarification.