Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Truthfully I ask questions because I want to know the answer. Answers fuel my inquiry, direction, and journey in the education sphere.

Yet at times questions are met with unexpected response, complexity and challenge.

Perhaps that lies in the way the question is posed, or the context with which the question is positioned.

Yet, a question is a question--nothing more or nothing less, it is simply a quest for understanding, opening the door to greater meaning.  Sometimes a question is met with a complete response, and other times a question is met with a short response or even another question.

It seems that questions are more complex than I originally thought, but still if knowing will make a positive difference, it's important that you ask.