Do you prefer to participate in the Q&A section or the Forums?
I participate more in the Q&As than in the Forums. How about you?
Absolutely. I find it VERY interesting at what some people will ask. As well as the answers to their questions.
Yes, because I can answer questions and express my faith and hopefully acquired knowledge. If I have a question, it often may be in the form of self-fulfillment or answering itself. This I have in a way of expressing my own beliefs about many things, as well a s getting good answers from people of like, or unlike persuasions.
I'm with you! Questions and Answers! They are to the point and seems to open people up a lot.
Forums - I like to make scene
Although you can make a scene on the odd question too
I love to follow the Q&A section .
because of we know the in which way our Huber's thinking and which kind to accelerating question they have.
World have so many wonders but what about individual minds thinking ability.
If your child ask some genuine question then you think that our child are growing .
I love to see all kind of question by which i can change thinking process of my mind also i can see the other Huber's perception about that question.
I spend much more time in the Q&A section as well. I have only hit the forums a few times since joining.
This is interesting. So far I think I have gotten questions answered faster on Answers than the forum. I would love more people's opinions.
I enjoy the question and answer section the best because it is fun and informative. I always find something of interest in the Q & A section.
I like the Q&A. Learn a lot here and love reading the different answers.
by Jordan Hemmann 7 years ago
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by Juliette Kando FI Chor 5 years ago
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by shimmering Dawn 7 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
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