Do all sentences ending with a question mark have a corresponding response? Is there really an answer to every question?When is it acceptable to answer “I do not know”? Could that be an indication that the person is trying to hide the truth or trying to prevent further questioning? Does one have to question everything? Is “knowing” the main reason for our existence? Is it called Faith when you act upon a person’s belief without question? In all the possible answers to a question, how will you know which one is correct? Does human life circle around his quest for answers? Will we ever stop questioning? Or do we question because we are completely incomplete; that each grain of sand, each strand of a little girl’s hair, each squint of an eye is part of our entirety?

written 17 March 2009, 7:40am