Question, What, Why, Importance, Necessity, or utility of Questions

What is the question?

What is the question, this question will probably be heard by many for the first time. It’s a simple matter, object, or thinking. A question is a must asking about something. How are you? What is your name? Will you go for a walk with me? Various questions. The only way to look at the world is through questions and questions. In fear of so many questions, we almost forget to ask questions. So, we forget the question definition.

Well, what is the definition of the question? No, not really, I am not talking about the questions that are written for the examination (to get a certificate) or the questions that are in it. Like I said, what’s your name? What is the definition of such a question? Want to know the question that arises in the mind? It’s a matter of thinking!


A question (?) arises in the mind asking to know (?). That means knowing what is unknown or uncovered objects in the mind. So, even after knowing the answer, why ask to take the opinion of others (?)? To experiment or test yourself? What questions do you want to know to experiment or test yourself? So what is the question? If the answer is the opposite of the question, then why do I ask others about knowing my answer? Fill the deficit or non-existence or hunger of the mind? Mastery of known or unknown topics or for the refinement of consciousness or in order to achieve the fullness of the indicator in known subjects that the special needs of the mind is it the question? May be because we usually do a few things only.


(1) I ask to know the unknown subject.

(2) I ask questions to gain recognition of what I know.

(3) If I feel that there is a lack of knowledge in the mind, I ask questions. (This is difficult for many persons).

(4) Sometimes I ask myself questions. (It is good question to develop anyone.)

(5) I ask questions to verify compare the others about the known subject.

(6) Question to the student as a teacher or as a facilitator. (that I know before).

(7) Asking certain questions without knowing what the question is or what the answer is.


No matter why I ask for all the above reasons, in my opinion, the following reason is recognized- that is to say, “known or unknown subjective knowledge mysteries or refining our conscience or to measure the demand of the known things in order to the fulfillment of our mind that is meet by others”.

So, if I separate things here-

(a) possession of known or unknown matter;

(b) To refine conscience,

(c) to bring the known matter into the full measure,

(d) To fulfill some special needs of the mind

Fulfilled by another person, object or by itself.

Why is the question asked?
This is a question in itself. Why is the question asked? I think the above-mentioned points are probably the reasons. To know a stranger, to check the correctness of the known matter, to gain recognition, to inform if there is a deficiency, to humiliate, belittle, put others in danger or to observe the helpless condition of others, or to stop someone’s babbling, I ask questions to check the level of understanding of the students. Basically, these are the main reasons for our questioning.

Importance, Necessity, or utility of Questions: 
What is the necessity of the question? The most important benefit of questions is that if you don’t know how to ask questions, you don’t know anything. Since the creation of the world, the question has arisen in the human mind from time to time, so its solution has come. Many questions arise in the child’s mind and the adults give them answers with a smile.


As a result, the child’s brain structure is strong and the child can dominate the world. Even a child or a human mind raises some questions to itself, itself acquires a true or false answer. At one time his walk in uncovering the truth grew and the truth came out. The answer to the question may not always be positive but sometimes negative. Obvious questions we ask ourselves and others. Some questions provoke one’s conscience or mind to a solution.

Can the question ever be resolved?
The question is quite complex. Can the question solve any problems? If the question is answered then why is the solution coming? The problem is solved. But anyway, before that another thing needs to be clarified whether the question can ever be solved or not? Does that mean that a solution is itself a question? Do solutions need solutions? Are things getting too complicated?


An example may be cited to get a clear idea of ​​the matter. Once upon a time, people realized the need for air to escape from the heat. Not exactly. Just started looking for an easier way to get air. In short, it started using cloth, leaves of broad-leaved trees, hand fans. Some of the problems were solved but the shaking of the hands during sleep and the resulting air created more problems inside the people.

the invention of electricity to find a solution with fans. But the sound of the fan, the division, or the area of air created problems in their minds. The use of AC room started to solve it, what is the solution? Someone is colder than someone less, someone has allergies, someone has a cold, someone has tonsillitis, and someone is wondering why it will be hot for a while after entering the house. Why takes the switch? Etc. Etc. problems began to appear. Don’t know what the solution is?

To summarize the above example, the solution also becomes the problem. It means that the solution or answer to the question in the mind is also taking the form of a big question. That means there is no permanent solution or answer to any question. However, some problems or questions must be answered. What is the name of the capital of Iran? There is an answer. Whether the answer is transparent, clear, confusing, or returns another question, a solution will come.

So, the question means a level solution means the answer.

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