Even if questioning your own life makes you uncomfortable, I feel like most things we learn entail some level of discomfort - whether it doesn't make sense, or if it's unclear, or if we can't see an immediate connection. There is a lot of discomfort involved in asking questions sometimes, too, because you might look bad, or you might be wrong god forbid, but that shouldn't have to be a negative thing. A good friend of mine put it well when he said: "Get comfortable with being uncomfortable".
I am not pointing fingers at anyone so don't even think about it! I just feel like we can all make life (and this community) a lot more educational/truthful/interesting when we ask questions and ask questions about those questions. And obviously not every post needs a "why" or "how" question (pardon me for sounding like a teacher), but from my own experience, "why" and "how" are the most important words I have learned in the English vocabulary.
So I guess I have a question to ask you all, out of curiosity and relevance: Why are you apart of the ED_ucate community? What attracts you here?