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Importance Of Asking Right National Questions
Written By Raymond Tuvi - When American Reggae and Pop Musician Johnny Nash sang in 1972 that “There Are More Questions Than Answers”, he was lyricizing an age-old human situation.
That existential situation was given a scholarly validation by British philosopher and Nobel Prize winner, Bertrand Russell, who proposed that, in the eternal effort at unravelling the mysteries of our infinite Universe, we would discover that the questions asked may be of more significance than the answers given. In a simpler expression, he said, “In all affairs, it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” It goes without saying that, questioning is the art of learning. Because, learning to ask important questions is the best evidence there is of understanding a matter.