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10 thought provoking questions to make you think

10 thought provoking questions to make you think

January 05, 2019

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I hope you have time to take a moment to really think about the ten questions below. Is there one that really struck you? What would your answer to that one be?

1.  If the whole world was blind how many people would you impress?

2.  If you could tell your younger self one thing, what would it be?

3.  When was the last time you gave yourself a compliment?

4.  Why do we think most about others when their gone?

5.  What is the difference between living and existing?

6.  If you had a friend who spoke to you in the same way that you sometimes speak to yourself, how long would you allow that person to be your friend?

7.  When will you be good enough for you?

8.  What makes you lose track of time? Do you do it enough?

9.  Which parts of yourself won't you let yourself love yet?

10.  If someone could tell you the exact date and time you are going to die. Would you want them to tell you?



6 Responses

RM
RM

January 07, 2019

1. A few, to a minor extent. Made some sizeable and useful donations to cancer research and treatment. Saved a dying woman and helped others in difficulty.

2. Get laid, even is situation is not perfect. Waited too long, hoping for ideal relationship. Live the life you have, instead of hoping for career and recognition that might never come. Get and save enough money to do what you want to do, and do it.

3. Often look at my life and am thankful that I avoided most of the traps and evil that so many fall into. Walking in the forested park near my home, am struck by all the wonder and beauty around me, and my good fortune to enjoy it.

4. I should have appreciated them more, parents especially.

5. Existing is keeping yourself alive. Someone I know very well had to eat tree bark, in China, to keep herself alive. The father of a good friend survived 4 years in Russian prison camps – willing to eat anything. However, for most people, existing consists of work/eat/sleep with no purpose. Living is grabbing hold of life and trying to experience it to the fullest – easier said than done, and often unpleasant, but what people were meant to do.

6. My wife is often like that, quite rudely. Not very pleasant sometimes, but we seem to be each other’s destiny.

7. Probably never. Will be gone and forgotten before many years and am unlikely to change the things that I might wish.

8. Long walks, sunning on the beach naked, a good book, Facebook (regrettably).

9. Not too bad for my age and having had cancer. Can still satisfy beloved, climb 200 floors of stairs, read a serious book…

10. Would make planning simpler. Am more concerned with mental and physical decline as I get older. Trying to live every day to the max.

Artheur, K
Artheur, K

January 06, 2019

I’d improve disposable take away coffee lids (at least in Oz), which may be useful in plain site and well lighted conditions to align with your mouth, however as a sight impaired consumer or as someone driving at night, they otherwise tend to leave a reminder of what you have consumed recently on your clothes and/or skin or scald you. Naturally, I’m already working on it… 💛

Bill Quinn
Bill Quinn

January 06, 2019

The difference between living and existing is a pain filled question. I believe most people in western society merely exist. Not many are truly living. We grow up being told go to school, sit down, shut up, and learn. Then we are told get a college education so you can get a decent job and make a living. The problem comes when we find ourselves tied to our jobs and find ourselves living just to work and make ends meet. We spend far more time with coworkers than friends and family. We buy a house that we only sleep in. We buy nice cars only to drive them to work. We spend half our weekends cleaning our houses, cars, and clothes so we can be ready for work on Monday. We have no idea how to act or what to do if we have an extended period off work. We smoke, drink and do drugs thumb ourselves from the reality that we are just programmed workers. I don’t believe I have actually lived a single day of my life since I was about 5 or 6 years old. I am comfortably numb have no idea how to break out.

Mika Makinen
Mika Makinen

January 06, 2019

1. Non
2. Just do it
3. Few days agoe (i got a good picture)
4. Positive things
5. What is the differense of these, if you live like you shoud, they are the same
6. Forever, I like straitg and honest people
7. This is hard, im happy now but i want to develpo all the time (now 50 in age)
8. Photography and I do it enogh 15.000 photos last year
9. Age and it’s affect to body..
10. No I don’t want to know future, I like this open game where everyting is possible 😉

Ot Revor
Ot Revor

January 06, 2019

I will take the time to answer all of your very interesting and challenging questions!

Veronica
Veronica

January 06, 2019

I love your photos and this text also very good . I am Vetonica from Ukraibe , exited about yoga very much but still don’t have energy or something start to make it

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