But, it is not a wise decision to be fed. Why can't you find your own information? Why do you waste someone's time to do your own work? If only people were cruel, you will be lost, literally.
In this modern era where technology seems to advance way too quickly, we are continuously fed with information unconsciously, leading to establishment of a bad habit. If you are an avid Android fans, Google Now will be no stranger to you. Google Now basically feeds you with information that they think you will need (after analyzing the terms you searched before, using Google Search) and appear it in your phone. Facebook and Twitter basically does the same thing, indirectly. Now you know that, didn't I just fed you with a piece of information?
We constantly want to find the answers, be it the where "x" or "y" is or the three Newton's Law. We simply find the answers for the sake of finding the answer, and because we are instructed to! Which leads to the culture of spoon feeding.
I am not as great as you think I am. I sometimes like to be spoon fed too. It is just so convenient to find information with just a snap of a finger. But there is really no learning curve swinging up or down when you wish for feeding (see Learning at it's best). It will remain stagnant. Like a baby, parents will feed them simply because they are unable to do so themselves at that moment, but as time goes by, they will have that strength and skill to do it themselves. Why? Because they LEARN (and grow too)!
The culture of spoon feeding should stop; no, not tomorrow, but now.
When there is a question that you want to answer, look for it as a whole instead of just at the fruits. Read, read and read. It is the only way you will absorb enough information for interpretation. When you have all that information interpreted, it will automatically stick to your head and stays in the storage. That way, you will be have be knowledgeable and knowledge is a priceless asset.
The art of curiosity is marvelous. You will look for the things that interests you most. Those are the knowledge that you genuinely learn. Simply because they attract you. I find myself searching for vast range of information ranging from animal species to plane crashes (besides MH370). Some of them were very interesting indeed, at least to me. Although me myself I don't really remember half of what I read, but I do get the other half of it, which is still a plus, I guess. Jack of all trades, master of none.
"Always remember, what you do is for yourself and not for anyone else so don't be bloody lazy."
Always remember, what you do is for yourself and not for anyone else so don't be bloody lazy; one day you probably just might thank yourself for reading an article about signs of tsunami and got your bloody ass off the coast quick enough to survive the continuous high tide of salt water. You probably won't get that by asking someone, right?
Balance of probability.
If you have any comments that either contradicts to mine or heads to the same street as mine, let me know below, through the comments section of course. It'd be good if you have any suggestions to improve/correct my posts. That's how we learn, right?