- I notice you have the same first name as Marilyn Monroe. Are you related?
- Do you think daylight saving time could be contributing to global warming? The longer we have sunlight, the more it heats the atmosphere.
- I see falling stars nearly every night. They seem to come out of nowhere. Have stars ever fallen out of any known constellations?
- When I dream, why don’t I need my glasses to see?
- Can a ventriloquist converse with his dentist while his teeth are being worked on?
- I just observed a flock of geese flying in a ‘V’ formation. Is that the only letter they know?
- from John Maxwell's Good Leaders Ask Great Questions written in 2014.
These are hilarious. I really do believe that there are no dumb questions, but these come close, right?
I've never met Marilyn vos Savant, but I trust that she is very smart. I like the fact that she is able to admit that there are some questions she cannot answer. I've known some really smart people: some have been related to me, many have been church members, and a couple of them were teachers or professors with whom I have studied. The thing that every smart person I've ever known has had in common; they know that they don't know everything. I love it when someone tells me, "I don't know." It makes me feel great. Because, I don't know everything and sometimes wonder if other people can relate.
I think Paul was right on it when he wrote in 1 Corinthians 8, "We know that we all have knowledge. Knowledge makes people arrogant, but love builds people up. If anyone thinks they know something, they don't yet know as much as they should know." And Proverbs 3 is a verse for life: "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths." - Proverbs 3:5-6
May we all not know it all. Grace and peace, Scott