47 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 255

  1. Thank you for that question. Getting us to think about our positive traits is very therapeutic.
    In answer, I’d have to say my children’s books.
    Reading is such a huge part of my life, I’d like to share that sense of joy and adventure with others.

  2. Thank you God for give me such a beautiful family…And also thanks for giving me my love…And I want to tell the whole world…😊😉😁🙂☺️🤩😍😃😀😆😅😃😊🤩🤩🤩😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

      1. Nah. Other end of the spectrum. Things that are so effortless they don’t come to mind because they don’t feel like you’re doing anything. How are you at stacking pebbles?

      1. My Dad taught me honor, service and pain. He was a veteran who died young. My Mom taught me compassion, perseverance, love, respect, manors and courage.

      1. Teach them to Own Their Lives. Live a life of choices. There are three major areas people struggle with all their lives. It’s time, money and energy (health). I teach them to be free from the bondage.

  3. Love. I’ve been showered with too much love specially the latter part of last year and I think it’s way too much than what I deserve. So I wanna share this love to others, I want them to feel loved. 🙂

  4. All, every one. From my most flawless sonnet to my most flawless smile, given to sime harrassed minimum wage service worker too used to disappearing behind their uniform into the shadows of people’s egoic self supremacy!…

      1. Said that right! There have been cultures in which that was true. Was it the Cherokees or the Navajos — or the Lakota — that got most points by giving everything they owned away?

      1. No secret I try to stay away from all types of confused situations and block myself from things I have no control over the only peace is for me is to pray

  5. My talent or skills in making stories and creating visual novels. I made one visual novel about suicidal thoughts and one of the readers was actually touched. She wrote some comments about it; how she could relate to it and how it also reminded her of hope. In turn, I also got touched by her comments and I’m more passionate than ever to make more stories to show the world!

    1. Wow, that’s amazing! I’m so happy you created something that can be such a huge help for others. Congratulations! Keep going! The word needs it!

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