I think those thoughts might go along with this quote I found in Charles Swindoll’s Getting Through The Tough Stuff Workbook:
The reflective person is, first and foremost, a question asker—one who finds in every experience and assertion something that requires further investigation. He or she is a stone turner, attracted to the creepy-crawly things that live under rocks and behind human pronouncements. The writer of Ecclesiastes was such a person: “I directed my mind to know, to investigate, and to seek wisdom and an explanation…” (Ecclesiastes 7:25)
- Daniel Taylor, The Myth of Certainty
FYI: I have read quite a few things by Charles Swindoll, but have not read anything by Daniel Taylor, other than that quote.