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Question-Answer Task

It is an interesting discovery with me. Although the process existed for so long a time, I remained oblivious of it. I pity myself for my limited knowledge. The interesting process that I have just discovered is that of examination, carrying out the question-answer task in every aspect of life. For example, Newton questioned: 'Why apple fell to the ground? Why did it not go upwards?' Thereafter he discovered the theory of gravity. Such is the importance of this task.

Many people have applied this task and gained lot of knowledge about themselves and others. Some of them have applied this task for the benefit of all human beings and the society/the civilized people. For example, the Buddha, who questioned what is truth, and restlessly worked till he found the truth of life. Thereafter he worked and traveled to spread his word, discovery.

Gandhi questioned the authority of the British rule in India. He worked not only for the independence but also for brotherhood and eradication of illiteracy in the country because he knew that these were the tow basic problems of Indians, and that's why the British ruled us (although there were several problems, this article does not discuss them).

So the important point here is that the question-answer task is extremely useful. One should use it for the personal development. For example, once given the right guidance about diet and exercise, the middle aged people become more and more curious about what they eat and when they have it. They avoid eating such food items which will make them look de-shaped. It is through constant query on daily basis that people make profits in share market and other investment venues, since they avoid harmful investments and engage in safe and profitable ones.

Thus, the quality of life improves with the improvement in the quality of questions you ask to yourself and the discoveries you make about yourself. Better at self discovery (question-answer task) is equal to a successful person in life.


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