"If I'm shot by an arrow, I don't need to know where the arrow was made or what kind of bow it came from or even who it was who shot me. I just need to get it out of my chest."
- Angela Montenegro; from the TV show Bones
That analogy seemed to demonstrate to me how I can get too caught up in details and in asking why. I know that asking why is human nature but here I am asking why I ask why, see my point? Asking questions however, is what made humans come up with religion, philosophy and science to attempt to explain the universe. We wanted answers to the big “why’s.”