The Importance of Asking Questions
Nowadays, it is common to see that people areactive in showing their understanding of things. Butwhen it comes to something that they are notfamiliar with, seldom do they reveal the ignorance. In fact, they are just afraid of looking like fools.
As far as I am concerned, coming up with aquestion is not necessarily a negative sign. To begin with, people don't have a question whenthey don't study at all, which means they are not thinking and just letting the days slip by. Another case is that people are actually pondering over some questions that they cannot findanswers on their own. However, they choose to keep these questions in the dark for fear thatsomeone else might know their weak points. In this way, they lose the motivation to thinkabout and put forward questions day by day.
In brief, there is no need to hold back from asking questions. Just as the saying goes, "Hewho asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever."