An excerpt from Life, the Universe and Everything:

Arthur Dent said: “… but the question I would like to know, is the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything. All we know about it is that the Answer is Forty-Two, which is a little aggravating…”

**42**? Now the answer to that question is…

Prak said: “… that the Question and the Answer are mutually exclusive. Knowledge of one logically precludes knowledge of the other. It is impossible that both can ever be know about the same Universe…”

“Except… if it happen, it seems that the Question and the Answer would just cancel each other out, and take the Universe with them, which would then be replaced by something even more bizarrely inexplicable. It is possible that this has already happened… but there is a certain amount of uncertainty about it…”

Hmm… really interesting, don’t you think? And no, I am not talking about **42**… I am talking about the possibility of some Answers exists without Questions… We know about the Question without the Answer, lots of them because we always asking questions and looking for answers. But what if we know the Answer but we don’t know the Question? Do we still looking for the Question? Do the Question really matter because we already know the Answer?

So.. kinda make me think a while about my life. All my life I always asking questions. Some answer didn’t quite satisfy me… hmm, should I be unsatisfied? It maybe the right answer somehow, but I am the one that asking question so the answer should satisfy me, right? No? Maybe not… but maybe yes too, right? Confusing isn’t it? No? Hmm. maybe it isn’t so confusing… See… these are things that make my life insteresting… (and no, I am not talking about the confusing part…).

*Note*: If you want to know why I wrote this, ask yourself a question: ‘do you really want to know?”…