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We had a great discussion in our 3/4J class today about questions. It began from a saying that I shared and Vihanga said he had heard from his dad. The saying was from my lecturer at university who said, "The only poor question is the one that is never asked".

It started me thinking ... are there times when it is okay to think of a question but not ask it?

Jeff

hohohohoho
1/11/2012 08:45:15

when someone's relative or family friend dies it's best not to ask them questoins about it.

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9105#.(*&*)666
1/11/2012 08:46:50

for the setting of the logo you should put question marks becuase
for the theeme

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HoHoHoHoHoHo
1/11/2012 08:49:22

if someone is sad it's best not to ask them questions because it would probly make them even more sad.

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HOHOHOHOHOHO
1/11/2012 08:59:31

i think that's a great idea hohoho

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9105#(**)666
1/11/2012 08:53:47

i think you should put roots at the bottom

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Invisible lightning
1/11/2012 08:56:01

I think that this really starts you thinking about if it's true or not.

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Tazz
24/11/2012 16:32:19

yes I think it is ok to think of questions but not ask them. But if it is good enough to think of then it good enough to ask

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Jeff Jackson
25/11/2012 18:35:32

Thanks for all those who added a comment to this post entitled 'Unspoken Questions'. Many affirmed that it was alright, and at some times important, to stay silent with questions. Yet I'm really aware there are some questions in some situations that need to be asked - when people are hurting, when things are difficult, when someone needs help. At these important times it is important to speak, to ask questions and seek support.

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