Curious questions

“Educate yourself. When a question about a certain topic pops up, google it. Watch movies and documentaries. When something sparks your interest, read about it. Read read read. Study, learn, stimulate your brain. Don’t just rely on the school system, educate that beautiful mind of yours.”


You can argue about education system till your throat soars, but one fact is glaringly obvious – it’s a standard platform with no extra widgets or plugins.

Educational system does not exist to give you knowledge. It exists to give you the basic understanding of the various disciplines, so, afterwards you may choose your passion and pursue it.

That being said, self-education is a crucial part of developing yourself. Curiosity is what really drives a searching mind.

I am curious. There are random questions that appear out of nowhere, and I study them, acquiring tons of random knowledge.

It’s fun and exciting, and I, thought, that I can share with you.

However, I am a teacher by heart and profession, so, I won’t give answers, I only pose questions.

Is sea-ice salty? 


-Baltic sea (24.03.2018)

I’d love to hear about your discoveries in the comments or just piggyback your post (if you inclined to write one).

Happy searching!



3 thoughts on “Curious questions

  1. Excellent point about self educating! When my kids come home complaining that their teachers don’t teach them what they need to know, I tell them that this is an opportunity for them to learn how to teach themselves. It’s a much more valuable skill than being able to simply repeat what someone else told you anyway!

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