Deep Life Questions For You To Answer


This post is not a poem. My next poem uploaded will be on June 2.

This post is a post of variety of deep questions I want bloggers to answer in the comment section. Choose one question from this post that you thought was most challenging to answer

1) Would you lie to your best friend if you knew the truth would end the friendship?

2) Of all your blogs you posted on WordPress, which one was your most successful and why do you think it was successful?

3) Would the world be a better place if celebrities didn’t exist and if they were ordinary people?

4) Are some people more special then others or are we all special in our own way?

5) What would the world be like today if social media existed in the 90’s?

6) If you had the power to end racism or poverty, which one would you pick?

7) Is this a man’s world or a woman’s world?

8) What’s the most memorable lesson you learned from your enemy?

9) If you had the option to know the date and circumstance of your death, would you want to know?

10) The last nightmare you had, if that nightmare came true, would that be the worst day of your life?

11) Is it possible being to creative to the point of insanity?

12) Do you need love in order to survive in this world?

13) Is a life that focuses on avoiding pain and seeking out pleasure a good worthwhile life? Why or Why not?

14) What makes you the most angry about yourself?

15) Is there any emotions that you are afraid to show?

16) If karma was coming back to you, will it help or hurt you?

17) Think really hard, what was your first memory?

18 thoughts on “Deep Life Questions For You To Answer

  1. “What’s the most memorable lesson you learned from your enemy?”

    In order for you to truly destroy your enemy, you have to know their weakness, you have to be better than them, you have to show no mercy. Pretty dark but true. Haha! 🙂

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  2. “If you had the power to end racism or poverty which one would you pick?” Racism is about exclusion and hate. Poverty on the other means you’re not living in abundance. I would choose to get rid of hate (racism) and let our love for one another find ways to improve the lives of all.

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    • I agree with your answer.
      Imagine a world without racism
      Crime rate would decrease, finding jobs would be easier,
      more oppurntuies would be avavible.
      Some people in this world wouldn’t want racism to end

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      • Sadly, this is true. The good thing is everything in life has a season even hate and this too shall pass. We must choose however, to persevere and not allow the bitterness to take root within us because that is the only way hatred loses.

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  3. To overcome hatred is to accept that some things won’t change, you must forgive, be patient, and understanding everyone is different.
    I mentioned five things and almost everybody struggles with at least one thing I mentioned. If people learned to do this, racism may cease to exist.

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  4. “What makes you the most angry about yourself?” I think the way that I let fear immobilize me makes me the most angry. There are times when I know I’m more than capable of doing something, but the fear of the unknown, the fear that it won’t be received well, etc. keeps me from doing it. Constantly working on feeling the fear, and doing it anyway!

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  5. “but the fear of the unknown, the fear that it won’t be received well, etc. keeps me from doing it. Constantly working on feeling the fear, and doing it anyway!”
    I have this fear as well.
    Sometimes I feel like people waste their talent because of fear and fear turns into laziness. Its a scary world and I fear it everyday but I just learn as I go.
    I appreciate your comment
    God bless and have you good day

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  6. Is there any emotions that you are afraid to show?
    Yes, vulnerable. I’ve shown this emotion before (many times actually) and It’s me letting my guard down but people quickly take advantage of it and use it for their own gain.

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