Wednesday Vignettes: Questions

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“A much more interesting, kind,

adventurous, and joyful approach to life

is to begin to develop curiosity,

not caring whether the object

of our inquisitiveness is bitter or sweet.”


Pema Chödrön


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“Judge a man by his questions

rather than by his answers.”




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“No matter how knowledgeable you are,

respect your parents for their experience

and your children for their curiosity.”


Amit Kalantri


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“The scientist is not a person who gives

the right answers, he’s one

who asks the right questions.”


Claude Lévi-Strauss


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Photos by Woodland Gnome 2016


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All photos taken at Brent and Becky Heath’s display gardens

outside their Bulb Shop in Gloucester, Virginia March 11, 2016


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“Most misunderstandings in the world

could be avoided if people would simply take the time to ask,

“What else could this mean?”

Shannon L. Alder


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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

2 responses to “Wednesday Vignettes: Questions

  1. The frogs are stirring…and pretty noisy about it.

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