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My daughter’s favorite question is, “Why, Daddy?”
She is only 4-years-old, but she is wise beyond her years. A few days ago, she asked WHY and
I gave her the standard parental response my parents sometimes gave me: “Because I said so.” Her reply? “Daddy, when I ask you WHY, I want a real answer.” Touché my dear.
My question for you is this: How often do you stop to think about the WHY behind WHAT you say?