Some Good Questions

I love “good” questions that refresh my thinking, such as:

What timing? What direction does it go? What qualities does it have? What does sequence have to do with it?

What fits? What matches? What contrasts might reveal distinctions? What do the distinctions do, how do they function?

What functions are going on and how can I describe them? What are the factors? What actions are a priority in sequence?  What operates this way and why does it work like that? What point, what need does this function fulfill? How will the meaning I assign affect certain actions and outcomes? What does this action result in over time?
…All this and more questions make learning richly fascinating.

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