Came across this fascinating article on Psychology Today. Thought we would share it with you. It’s called Find Deeper Meaning by Asking Deeper Questions.
It’s got a lot of interesting ideas. Here’s one of them:
Socrates believed that the wisest person is the person who is most aware of his or her own ignorance. In this regard, he believed that it was best to start by stating “he knew nothing” in recognition that he was open to learning new insights. Humbly, he recognized that there were limits to his own knowledge.
There are lots more like these so do check out the rest of this thought-provoking piece below…