Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Day twenty six

After today there are only four more days left in NaBloPoMo. Despite some days of lackluster posting, this is always fun. Fun posting but even more fun having stuff to read every day from so many. And it's been fun once again doing the questions. Thank you to everyone who joined in.

To wrap up my questions, these are a bit more on the thoughtful side. And hey, all you non-participants in NaBlo, you can still copy and paste questions and answer them too. No rules or exclusions here. Join in the fun. Here goes...

1) If your significant other died, do you (in the long term) see yourself remarrying? Would the answer be different if instead of dying your spouse left you for someone else?

2) How many keys are with you when you leave your house?

3) Do you have life insurance? Why or why not? If you answered yes but your only life insurance is through work, would you buy your own if work stopped providing it? Why or why not?

4) Someone offers you (and your other if fitting) the chance to live in the city/country of your dreams; all expenses paid. The catch is you can never speak to any of your current friends again, even if you came back. Do you do it?

5) I had a conversation with someone who considered the "deaf or blind" question unfair since blindness is much more debilitating to a person's quality of life than deafness. In place of the question, he asked (and I ask you,) "If you had to choose blindness or deafness with the inability to communicate, which would you choose?" In other words, you can't learn sign language, you're mute, and you can't read lips. Which would you consider the lesser of two evils?

6) If you could have one superpower for a day, what would it be?

7) The Bible says those that do goods deeds for earthly praise have received their reward on earth and will receive no pat-on-the-back in heaven. That in mind, here's a question... You have decided to do something worthwhile for your fellow man. You have no desire for the act to be made public. The problem arises when you realize that if this act were to be made public, many others could join in and make it even more dynamic and effective; maybe even change people's lives forever. By announcing it though, there is certain to be earthly commendation heaped on you. So do you choose to keep quiet and do the good deed because it's the right thing to do, or do you accept the thanks and accolades knowing many hands can do more than you alone can accomplish?


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