60 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 163

    1. Sure, but maybe it can be rated based on the impact. For example, knowing how many characters are in Game of Thrones is not as impactful as knowing how food influences our body.

      1. I feel that cliches lose their impact because the message is old. Even if it is universal, you have to adapt your words or your tone or something in order for it to be understood. Old with the old in with the new. But it’s not really new. It once was old. Everything eventually comes around full circle… blah blah. There has to be a better, more succinct way of articulating that! I know! Let’s just say O

  1. I know of a lot of loop holes the doctors don’t want to know you about (or is it the government).
    Like getting an appointment with a specialist for like mental health or osteoporosis and stuff that we have long waiting lines for a check up for.

  2. All my thoughts/information are valuable… 🙂

    “Any piece of knowledge I acquire today has a value at this moment exactly proportioned to my skill to deal with it. Tomorrow, when I know more, I will recall that piece of knowledge and use it better. “ Mark van Doren

    1. Interesting. So every piece of information can be valuable. We just don’t know how yet because we might need another piece to connect with.

  3. For me, is that my thoughts are only theories that need to be tested and that they paint the reality I see, so if I want to change my reality, I need to change my thoughts.

  4. To go with the flow of Life, no matter what. I am at a completely different juncture in life than the one I dreamt I would be at. But as each dream broke apart, I went with whatever chance life offered and I totally love where and how I am now. To go with the flow and make peace with it is my most valuable lesson and I will share it with whoever I across!

    1. Great piece of advice! Some dreams might not work as we would like to, but as long as we’re alive, we need to move forward.

    1. Awesome! We all have greatness in us. Even though we sometimes forget and it’s buried deep down, it’s still there.

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