15 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 56

  1. The question you pose is a deep question indeed. My answer to this question has changed many times over the course of my life. Coming out of high school I wanted to achieve musical success. In my 30’s+ years I wanted to be a great father. My daughter is now 30, and I have 3 grandchildren, so now I want to be a good role model and do my part in spreading hope and happiness in the world.

    1. That’s an interesting answer. It demonstrates the idea that sometimes the things we want in this life changes based on the circumstances we go through and we should ask ourselves this question from time to time. Thank you for talking your time to share your thoughts! 😀

    1. If you have an important message, I’m sure you’ll find the right paths to spread it as much as possible.

  2. Inner peace and harmony – I can deal with a lot more of the craziness out there when I’m not waging wars within myself.

      1. Mostly social anxiety, depression – replaying scenarios of no importance 35 yrs later… My brain will cheerfully jump on that one time I embarrassed myself when I was 10, or whatever. It’s part of the C-PTSD, reliving things, and I’s really like to “hear” the critical comment in my memory, and brush it off, instead of feeling hurt.

        I’d also like to feel less pressure from my self for “perfection”.

      2. And still, you seem to handle all of that very well. I think that you have a very strong mind, but you might not have the right paths to channel that strength just yet. Still, you have what it takes to get where you want to be so keep up the great work you’re doing! You’ll find the path out of the forest! 🙂

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