Tougher Than Tough Questions
These days I do a lot of questioning. I question the questions and while some answers are fun and uplifting; others are mortifying, overwhelming, and keep my local pub in business.
But perhaps the universe is telling me I’m not questioning myself hard enough because I stumbled on this article “18 Questions That Everyone’s Too Afraid to Ask” by Leigh Newman on Oprah.com and WHAMMEEE! This is some serious homework, people….as in, if you’ve been considering deconstructing the foundation your life is based on, and were planning to clean out your liquor cabinet, here’s a few doodads to help that process along.
Some of these are easy and enlightening. Others, I scratched the surface and then aborted because it’s just too much but I will come back to them, for sure! They’re excellent, prodding things that we should be using to maintain our awareness on what’s going on in our lives.
Let me at least be your guide to what type of alcohol might be a good companion to these:
Light and Easy – beer/wine should suffice – 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13
Moderate – start with liquor then move to beer/wine – 3, 9, 14, 16-17
Numb it up – full on liquor (but hide your cell phone) – 7, 10, 12, 18
Happy questioning all! And big thanks to Leigh Newman who came up with these!
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