Originally posted by Happyfeet
Can I ask 5 more questions? It's so simple, you just ask for another 5 questions on your last question every time until you get bored and ask,"Can I go home?
Originally posted by Conclusion
I would ask why.
Because i want to know.
Originally posted by badmedia
Who am I?
I say that because that was the first thing that was made known to me in that situation, although I didn't ask the question.
However, I was instead asked a single question by that:
Do you want it to end?
Honestly, when you gain true understanding your question and others like it are pretty much answered by default. If you know who/what you are, then the question you ask is answered.
[edit on 8/21/2009 by badmedia]
Originally posted by Petchy29
I don't mind pain, I don't fear death or the afterlife. I don't want to know life's mysteries, why spoil the fun? I know who I am and I know, for the most part, why we suffer. The only thing i can think of is pretty dull and simple but I've always wanted to know:
"Am I going to be ok?"
I can face anything as long as I know things will turn out alright and my life will have some purpose or meaning. I don't expect only good times, but I need to know there won't be only bad. Just a reminder for when things get tough. Plus if anyone ever asked me why I was so sure, it'd be cool to say, "God told me so!"
Originally posted by guardstarr
On a scale of 1-10, 1 being we failed as a species and 10 we got it right. What number are we and why?
Originally posted by Astyanax
'If you're so All-fired-mighty and as good as your PR department says you are, how come there's all this wickedness and suffering and misery? And don't give me that eyewash about snakes and apples, we're not idiots down here, you know.'