Small questions yield small discoveries.
Bigger questions lead to sometimes, bigger mysteries:
A hole in the ground turns into a complex of holes that stretch for miles.
Even with the right question,
you might get surprising answers.
If you ask better questions you will get better results.
On the lowest level, people ask questions like “How do I watch the next TV episode?” or “How can I buy those shoes?”
A level above that is “How do I help people in my local area?”
Above that is “How can I help this country?”
Above that is “How can I help the world? How can I deliver the most value to the most people possible?”
You’ll notice the wealthier people are at the higher level.