Question of the Day – No. 360 Posted on April 18, 2019April 18, 2019 by Troy Headrick How would the world be if every person copies your mindset and lifestyle? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInRedditPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...
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very scary, honestly
Colorless.. Not because mine is but because there’d be no differentiation.
So the fact that people are different brings color in this world, right?
I don’t like copying others and people copying me. Every one is unique in its own way..
Yes, but which parts of that uniqueness is helpful for the individual? Maybe some parts are not that helpful…
I think everything… Is helpful
I’d have a lot more neighbors……….
I hope that’s a good thing…
A very, very, very boring place, if I’m honest.
Good boring or bad boring? 🙂
Either, or both, depending on my (our?) mood.
Probably boring but definitely less conflicts. 😏😅
If there are less conflicts, I think it is worth the boredom. :))
I believe it would be amazing! 😂😂😂 Since I love who I am. 😉
Amazing! That’s the spirit! 😀
It would really be that bad?
I think the world already is emotional 😀
True-there’s enough roller coasters lol. Maybe empathetic.
An antisocial, anxiety filled mess.
Well, how would that be different that what it is now? I see anxiety all over the place…
It would be the naivest ever.. but also perhaps kinder…
It sounds better than the current one.
Yeah if I succeed to not inherit my bad traits to the world too 😢😅
Honest and dedicated but pretty boring I would say:)
Honest and dedicated sounds really good 🙂
It will not be good.
World needs every kind of people.
Warriors and worriers both needed for world to work right.
We need all those types of mindsets to evolve. That’s the only way we can get in touch with different perspectives.
It would be a very boring world.
Boring, but better or worse?
Worse definitely worse as there would be no individuality which is what makes people interesting.
I think it would be a bad thing. I shared a similar question with a friend a couple of years ago, and his answer was that the way humanity is we would most definitely compete in who is better at thinking the same and thus create chaos.
I think we should, instead, learn to accept our differences, understand them, then interlock them a million times over to create something better.
In our opinion, how can we learn to accept our differences?
Bridge the gap that makes us constantly torn between forced empathy and selfishness promoted as self-love and care – with conversation, free education and just general engagement with one another that is free of unhealthy restrains put upon us by religion, governments and twisted social standards.
The world would be logical & lazy
At some point, that laziness would go away, I think. Things need to get done lol
A very scary place.
How come it would be so scary?
The things that I think about are quite novel so can be quite terrifying.
That bad, huh?
Well, yeah! 😉
If I can copy your mind set and lifestyle then question of the day – no 360 will be copied on my wall too . Soooooo uniqueness and excitement of you questions will finish.
If that would help people, it wouldn’t bother me 🙂
Then the world would be standing on the high dive and seldom jump
Maybe it would be the wake-up call it needs.
no creativity lol. Creativity comes by different opinions, i guess that would be a bit boring hehe
We do need different perspectives so the world can evolve.