a statement?

why is it that i tend to think and speak and write and talk in questions rather than statements?  am i afraid of a fight?  of getting stuck defending a position that i was unsure about to begin with? am i afraid of failing? of being proven wrong? is it reflective of my approach towards life? is it because i think it broadens the conversations? do statements shut down conversation? are my questions really statements and i am just pretending they aren’t? do i actually believe they are unbiased and without answer? [some perhaps. not that one.] do we not question enough? or are we too skeptical? do we accept the status quo too readily? is this all just me, inside my own head?

will someone converse with me on design, theology, philosophy, psychology, and science all in one conversation?

i guess we’ll see.

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a statement?

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