Random thoughts and topics that pop into Lui's mysterious head.-- crowzfx --
3rd November 2017
Why? Why what? What why what? Seriously, what why? No one knows and that's the point. To say you know it all is the same as saying you are the best; hard fact is that you're not. To say you're an expert means you know up until present day in that retrospective topic, but you don't know tomorrow. Yes, an expert for relatively most things is highly indoctrinated where the majority will take their word for it, but it's not only about the past and present it's about the future.
You should ask why, you should tell why, think why and why, because that's why! Why is why. That mind-fuckery of 18 words describes me and millions of other people who want to excel, who don't just stay at the boundaries, they've stepped inside, measured up for a rug and worked out how much water the boundary can hold. We want to know the world and everything in it, not in the 'I want to be a jerk and think I know it all' but in the sense the more you know, the deeper you go, the more you get out of it, the more sustained conversations and discussions you can have that have real depth to them, the complex and sizeable doors that you never thought would open now open and not to mention I feel like it makes you a more intriguing person, a person that someone feels more inclined to bounce ideas off, someone who sees the doesn't just get the picture but they can see the wall and everything else that the picture is hanging from.
Next person who you speak to ask them 'why' and if they ask 'why', simply respond 'why not ask why?'...
Now that ladies and gentlemen is why!