Why Everything?

Probably the most commonly asked question in the history of humanity is the question

Think about when children turn four years old and all they can ask you is why the
sky is blue, why they have to go to bed, or “why” they have to do anything.

The truth is that society as we know it today would not exist if
it had not been for the primeval masters of the question “why?”

To me, the importance of this question is just as deep as the surface meaning. We ask each other “why?” for self-edification and enlightenment. This is an excellent way to change or simply review our own knowledge.

If we did not ask this question, nothing anywhere at any time would be improving, leaving society at a standstill.

Think about it this way. If someone kept asking you “why?” in a series: why you do the things you do, or why do you get up every morning, what would your answer be? By answering the pesky question we can discover the
root of our purpose in life and discover what fuels our drive to accomplish our purpose.

Avoiding circular reasoning in this process results in great discovery and truth about
what we are, who we are, and who others are. So everyday, make a point to ask the question “why?” to either yourself or someone around you because you never know what insights you might uncover.