Questions. Are they simply phrases that seek answers? Questions seem to run through my mind 24/7. Yes and No Questions….What If Questions…How Are You Questions…Will I Make It Through The Day Questions…so many questions, always there. Our minds are naturally filled with curiosity. Curiosity brings wonder. Wonder brings, yes, questions. Throughout my years as a teacher, I have come to appreciate how vital it is to ask the right questions. The ones that have more than one answer are essential. They push my students’ thinking. They push my thinking. The right questions can broaden our horizons and open our minds. The words we use to formulate these questions are also just as important. The wrong choice of words can get a response of absolute confusion….but mix the right words together into a question that has a myriad of answers, and you get a powerful response. My favorite questions are the ones that linger in our minds and the minds of others…causing a “spirit of inquiry”. Hoping that this inquisitiveness takes us on a journey together. A journey for knowledge, and we all know knowledge is power. Let these be the types of questions most present in your everyday and you might notice how powerful those around you become as they seek answers.