Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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Thursday’s essay is called, “What is the most important question that can be asked.” This might be a good time to consider your choice for the most important question that can be asked? Think about it right now before you read what's below or Thursday's essay. Thursday's essay offers a wide variety of possibilities, and it makes you think, if there was a single question, what would it be?

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What is the most important question that can be asked?
by Richard L. Weaver II


I have another view, and it’s a perspective that undergirds all the choices above. My selection for the most important question is, “How much do you care?” or “How much do I care?” (to put it in the first person). The reason for this choice is that it is fundamental. It is the prime mover. None of the questions above matter when the subject (you!) don’t care. One of the reasons for obesity, lack of exercise, poor health, ignorance, mediocre (or negative) effort, and almost every personal problem people face is that people just don’t care! Even the answer to the question, “What do you really want?,” doesn’t matter if you don’t care! Of course there are exceptions. But, the question, “Why?,” isn’t even considered by many because they don’t care. “How” becomes meaningless just as Einstein’s concern, “Is the Universe friendly?” becomes a pointless question as well. I have often wondered how you touch, motivate, engage, or otherwise connect with those who truly do not care?

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