As a child my favorite letter was Y. That is also my favorite word; why. I wanted to know how things worked, how people thought, and the reason for everything. I remember getting told by my parents to clean my room or do some chore and I wanted to know the reason behind that request. I wanted to know the interworking of thought that lead to that request. As an adult I respond much better when someone asks me to do something and the give the reason why. While this might be a good trait to have, maturity shows that it should be used sparingly. Sometimes it is better not to ask why and think though the situation. This will help you grow and become a better critical thinker. Also sometimes letting things unfold without knowing every detail is worth the bit of excitement. Your thoughts?