We make our world significant by the pursuit of our questions and the depth of our answers
The Magic of Learning
David Perell

Smashing, love the article. I’d add that the depth of our questions might be even more significant than the depth of our answers; answers are limited by the depth of inquiry. As with Socrates, he had nothing to teach, no answers, but become known as he is because his questions’ depth undermined every answer, exposing them as not having gone deep enough.

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