“I can’t tell you, it’s personal.”
As a child, I was raised to Always Seek to Know, or “A.S.K.” The philosophy welcomed discussion, learning, and discovery in a nonjudgmental forum. The purpose was to grow as a well-rounded individual uninhibited by social norms.
Years into the future, I still do the same thing. I ask questions and seek to know, but apparently some answers to questions are “personal” and thus I am not allowed know.
Question: What constitutes a “personal” question? Are there questions you should never ask?
If life is the process of learning and experiences, shouldn’t our goal as humans be to ask questions and sympathize with the answers?
Or maybe that’s just me…