Ok, ok… just rambling today, but questions I have that no one has answered yet to any degree of satisfaction… most of which have been shared or first offered by others…
What happened to Amelia Earhart?
How moral was John F. Kennedy?
Who was truly responsible for killing him?
Why is it that we often romanticize celebrities after their death?
Why do psychics have to ask you your name?
What don’t we know about 9/11?
Why do many refer to porn actors/actresses as “adult film stars”?
Why can’t we listen better?
Are all individuals valued under socialism?
What exactly is a “Buckeye”?
Has Facebook jumped the shark?
What about “Grey’s Anatomy”?
Why did they ever let Derek die?
Why do professional athletes get paid more than teachers?
Why do some feel that faith and science are contradicting?
Why do we resist God, especially if he knows what’s best?
If money doesn’t grow on trees, why do banks have branches?
Why do we feel like one political party is so much more moral than the other?
Can a funeral home raise the cost of burial and then blame the increase on the cost of living?
Where are each of us judgmental, but (most likely) don’t know it?
Great questions. I do love the question.
Remember that the question mark is the only punctuation piece that begs a response… that actually invites a reply.
I’m thus inclined to believe that if we were intentional about inviting a reply, our conversations and dialogue would be vastly improved…
We would listen better… hear better… and work more efficiently toward solution…
… even if discussing the actual whereabouts of Amelia Earhart.
Where is she by the way?