-Thomas saw James, after a while, in a park. They talked and tried to catch up.
James asked: “Where do you work and how much do you make?”
Thomas replied and said his job and salary.
James said: “That is very low! How do you live with that?”
After a little talking, they said their goodbyes, but that question ruined Thomas’ life.
Now he didn’t feel happy about his job. After a few weeks that he wasn’t productive enough at work, the company fired him and he lost his job. Before seeing James, Thomas was doing fine, had a job, and that salary was enough and manageable for him.
-A young lady gave birth to her child and the couple were thrilled and happy.
A friend came to visit her and asked: “What did your husband give you as a gift?”
The new mother said: “Nothing, just a bouquet of flower.”
The friend said: “That’s it? What a shame. It shows that he doesn’t care about you,”
When the husband came home from work, their life never was the same. Small fights started and lead to the big one and separation after a few years.
-A father was having a conversation with a friend and the friend asked: “How often your son visits you?”
The father said: “Now that he had to move to another town for work, he doesn’t have much time to visit.”
The friend said: “They always lie. They have enough time to come to visit but rather spend it with their friends.”
And that question ruined the father’s thought. He was fine and happy with his relationship with his son, but now he couldn’t stop thinking, why he doesn’t see his son more often.
These questions, as a curiosity, meddling, blabbing, interfering is called demon questions. We ask so many questions daily, which we shouldn’t.
-What happened to you? You look older than a few months ago.
-Why don’t you buy that?
-Why don’t you have…?
-Why your car is rusty?
-Why don’t you wear jewelry?
-How can you stand him\her?
-How can you let …?
-How ……, Why……., When……?
It might be just a conversation to us, but it can break others and change their life in the wrong way. We ruin each other’s lives. There is a saying that says; “Go blind in people’s home and come out deaf.”
Think before you ask.