Before I begin, I must state that I am a rules and lists guy. I spend a lot of time testing and observing, and engaging in selftalk. So…
Questions can often serve just the opposite of its true nature from the lips of… A question should be a sign of curiosity, brought about by a conflict of connection or disconnection; connection to confirm and clarify, and disconnection to create a accommodation.
I, therefore, generally don’t ask questions I don’t already have some sort of answer for. I ask the question more or less for the discussions. There can be many discussions from a question. Also, I don’t ask questions I don’t have a use for the answer. If I don’t need it I won’t take it from you, you can keep it.
What do you think? Questions? Why do you?
Please don’t be politically correct here, I have a rule on that too.