Questions. We Have So Many Of Them

In life, we always have questions. It’s natural. We’re curious human beings. Whether they be about learning new things, accusing people of things that they most likely have never done in their life, or just being flat out nosey. Whenever we receive an answer, for the most part, we really don’t know the outcome of it. There’s always a 50/50 chance of getting a happy or sad response. Especially when the answer of a question could be like life or death to some.

Especially when it comes to relationships in general, we ask a lot of questions that for the most part, we don’t get answers to. An 99% of the time, we just want closure so we can move on with our lives. Other times, we want to know how they’re doing because we care. And sometimes we think, “Why does there have to be so many questions in life?” For example:

“Why?”

Why did this happen?

Why are doing this?

Why didn’t you tell me?

There are so many why questions that can make or break us. The mere fact that we want to know more about a subject usually get’s us all riled up. Especially when it comes in arguments. There’s always that one word that we ask so we can gain more information, when for the most part, it’s not even our business, or it doesn’t affect us. I understand the point where there are some people that just flat out lie and don’t want to tell you the information when it concerns you, but sometimes, they might keep information from you for your own good.

“What?”

What happened?

What did you do?

What can I do to help?

Most of these questions are out of love and concern for one another. We show affection by showing that we genuinely care; well, for the most part. The use of this question is more subtle than straight up accusing people, but sometimes, after showing concern, it usually ends up with accusing others, therefore ending the proof of affection and genuine care for the person.

“Please?”

This one word can be used in showing affection, concern, in arguments, and so much more. Thinking that just being polite could get the other person to open up to us about anything that we may be concerned about. However, many people these days overuse the word and don’t really have any meaning behind it. They use the word in a way of demanding, but being polite about it.

Questions come and go in life. It’s natural. However, we can’t expect to have all of our questions answered, and we can’t answer all questions that we’re asked in life. When it comes to asking questions when you’re hurt, just know that you’ll either get an answer and you can get closure, or sometimes, you just need to move on and forget about the problem. In today’s culture, especially girls, we’re always quick to demand, and also hold grudges for the longest time. However, you just need to grow the heck up and just know that things are going to be ok. Whatever happens, just know that although you may never get your answers, there’s always an answer to everything. It’s just a matter of whether or not you wait for the answer at the right time, find out yourself, or push people to the point that they give you the answer you want to hear, but in return you’ll never get the right answer.

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on” — Robert Frost

Song of the Day: “Unsteady” — X Ambassadors

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