Thought Questions

Thought Questions, #162-#168

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I’m back to doing Thought Questions! I took a break for a while because I was just too busy with other things to give them proper attention. But I’m picking up where I left off and I’ll try to continue answering them on a weekly basis.

#162: If today was the last day of your life, who would you call and what would you tell them? Well, I’d call my family and tell them I love them. I wouldn’t want my last words to be bitter.

#163: Who do you dream about? I don’t really know. I have a lot of dreams but they usually involve strangers and are really weird. Sometimes I don’t remember them. Occasionally I dream about having an argument with a friend or family member, which always leaves me feeling crappy when I wake up. I’ll take the strangers, thank you!

#164: What do you have trouble seeing clearly in your mind? Good things. I have a tendency to skew toward the negative. It’s a constant process with me to visualize the good, whether memories or things in the future.

#165: What are you looking forward to? Seeing my family next month on vacation. Being done with my current writing project, which is kind of dragging. Sleeping tonight (I’m still tired from yesterday’s concert).

#166: What is the number one thing you want to accomplish before you die? Writing a book.

#167: When is love a weakness? When you do something morally wrong for the sake of being in love with someone. It’s weakened you because it’s changed the foundations of who you are.

#168: What has been the most terrifying moment of your life thus far? Deciding to bite the bullet and go for a relationship with a guy whom I didn’t know well and couldn’t even be certain liked me in return, even though I was still scarred from my last relationship. Obviously taking the plunge turned out well for me–we’ve been together six years now and married for three!



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