Learners ask questions
Acts 28: 22 “But we want to hear what your views are, for we know that people everywhere are talking against this sect.”
They should be praised for wanting to know Paul’s views. They had heard damning reports about this Christianity and they sought for the thoughts of Paul.
“What are your thoughts on this matter?” If only more people would ask that question.
Instead of passing judgment on what they do not know: “what do you think?”
Instead of carrying out certain actions: “what do you think?”
Instead of pretending to know everything: “what do you think?”
Never get to a place or a position in life when you do not have to ask that question.
Success is not being able to answer every question but it is to be able still find the question and ask the right person.
Ask someone today, “what do you think?”, you may grow through that answer.