Monday, September 20, 2010


What do I want? What is important to me? How an I figure out, what is important to me?

Do I appreciate other people? Do I appreciate myself? How does it show? Do I listen others? Do I listen to myself? Do other people listen to me? What kind of effect do I have to other people? How other people effect to me?

What can I do to make world a better place? What can I do to make my own enviroment a better place? Does it matter, what one person does/thinks? If I do nothing, what is the effect of that?

What is the purpose of our lives? What is purpose of my life? Who can evaluate the value of my life? What can do to make my life more purposeful?

What is happiness? Can my happiness be something else than your happiness? Do I have to seek happiness? Can happiness be found? How do I know, when I have reached happiness?

Is there good and bad feelings and emotions? Should I avoid bad feelings/emotions? Can I get rid of bad emotions? How my feelings/emotions effect other people? What is the use of my feelings/emotions? Should I let all my feelings/emotion to show? What is the difference of feeling and acting?

Is it more important to know the answers than to make questions? Is there bad questions? How would learn to make better questions? How would I learn to handle the anxiety of not knowing all answers? Does every question have an answer? When will questions be more important than answers?


  1. And where do you get the inspiration for such important questions??

  2. Hi Paolo!

    I have learned to love making questions. Partly because it's part of Appreciative Inquiry, partly because questions are important in mediation and partly because I read Marilee Adams book Change your question change your life.