- David Gorniak
- Edinburgh, Scotland
- United Kingdom
Bar Tender/ Night Porter/ Aspiring Writer/ Part time philosopher,
Are there questions that we're too afraid to ask?
For what-ever reason be it that it confronts us with something we don't want to face, puts us out of our comfort zone or has a danger of bringing up contraversial topics.
If there is such case is that an example of where we chose igonrance over turth or comfort over curiosity?
And what wider implication has that got for the pursuit of truth if we are unwilling to ask all questions?
By the way if you can think of such a question feel free not to ask it if you really don't think it should be asked.