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For a student or anyone who is keen to learn which way of self-questioning is more important "What" or "How"?

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Asked by rajneesh Rediff, 10 Mar '13 06:15 pm
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Of the Two Words or state of Mind "How" yield more Aspects/Avenues to Learning Process .
Answered by Bhasmasur Nikhanj, 10 Mar '13 07:25 pm

 
  
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When you question 'what...?', it clogs your learning process but if your begin to query 'how...?', your curiosity for learning soars and as a ravenous learner I prefer questioning self with 'how...?'....!
Answered by Dil Se, 10 Mar '13 08:43 pm

 
  
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For me its "how"
Answered by tanuja, 10 Mar '13 07:18 pm

 
  
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It starts with Why and It must ended with How .Certain Aspects are Universal Truth type and Certain Conventions should be followed .As it is said "Guru gobind Do-oo khadey kake lagoon paaye , Balihaaree Guru Aapnay Govind diyoon Milaye ."
One must have Fullest Faith either in an idea or a person ,Then only one can expect Optimum Learning levels.Here self questioning and The Approach of Why and How are most important .
"Jigyaasaa kay Shaman kay liye Tarkik aur Sakaratmak Soch Atyant aawashyak hain " .
Answered by kartikay sharma, 10 Mar '13 06:59 pm

 
  
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'Why' is more important that What or How. Until we understand Why, how can we ask How to go about something or What to do about it.
Answered by Walter Mitty, 10 Mar '13 06:25 pm

 
  
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Both at different occassions but remember too much of q'ning also is good for nothing......asking q'ns what how and when get the answers proper analysation.....makes one a perfect learner .....!!
Answered by Bhuvana, 10 Mar '13 06:25 pm

 
  
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