Would you double you commute if it meant you could double the square footage of your home?
When was the last time you faked being sick?
When have you believed in love at first sight?
If you had to apply a label to yourself, what would it be?
Do you say meaner things to your friends or your enemies?
What was the first big thing you bought with your own money?
Who would you consider your enemy or rival?
What is something you know you do differently than most people?
What is the most played song in your music library?
If you were immortal for a day, what would you do?
If reincarnation is the way of the universe what do you think you will come back as?
When in your life has a bad experience turned out to be for the best?
When was the last time you were happy for no reason?
Would you rather be able to visit 100 years in the past or 100 years in the future.
How long can you hold a grudge?
How many pairs of shoes do you have? How many is too many?
Is it ever right to do the wrong thing? Is it ever wrong to do the right thing?
If you could live the next 24 hours and then erase it and start over just once, what would you do?
When have you worked hard and loved every minute of it?
What is the most valuable life lesson you learned from your parents?
What strenght comes from suffering?
What is the biggest change you have made in your life in the last year?
Which one of your responsibilities do you wish you could get rid of?
Would you volunteer to be one of the first colonists on Mars if it meant you could never return to earth?
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Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself. They came through you but not from you and though they are with you yet they belong not to you. - Kahlil Gibran