Do you still ask questions?
During childhood one has the tendency to have an enquiring mind, wanting to know answers to dozens of questions! Do we continue this trend into our growing up years and into adulthood? Share your personal experiences here.
Do you remember those childhood days? Though it is not possible to remember everything that we did in our childhood, few things are very common and we remember those things. Most of the time, we remember those moments which are widely circulated among our relatives. But one thing is very common with every child and that is the habit of asking questions. When you were a child you asked lots of questions. You asked your parents, teachers, relatives and anybody whom you thought can give you the answers. Actually, it's a part of growing up. When you looked around with inquisitive eyes, you found everything new and were amazed. You wanted to know things and that's why asked so many questions. With age, the habit of asking goes away. Instead of asking, we try to find out the answers ourselves through books, different media and nowadays Google is a one-stop solution for all our queries.
We, humans, are very curious to know things, though this curiosity dies down with age. Although it is not applicable to every old person, there are many who feel they have learned enough and it is a time to stop learning new things at old age. Asking questions and finding answers is a very good exercise and keeps our brain cells active. Therefore, the more you ask, the more chances are there for you to stay young. Keep on asking questions and try to find out the answers.