Friday, July 10, 2009

One Question Friday

Every Friday I’m going to ask a question. The questions I choose might be ambiguous on purpose. The goal is to have you answer the question according to your beliefs, where you’re at in life or a circumstance that might have recently impacted you. The only thing I ask is that you provide an explanation for why you answered the way you did.


It is my hope to understand you better through this and also to gain a greater understanding of humanity and how people make decisions.






The question:

What is the greatest invention of all time?


After you answer head over to
5 Minutes for Faith to read what I wrote about taking courage.














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15 comments:

  1. The printing press, of course.
    Thanks for asking; what a great Friday idea!
    Blessings,
    Jen

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  2. Stereos - bringing music into the home! Have a nice weekend ...

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  3. Computers! How in the world would I write on a type writer or by hand!

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  4. Oooooo...that's tough.

    Chocolate! Contacts (I would be blind w/o mine)!

    Okay, on a more serious note...

    I might agree with Jody and say computers. I wouldn't be able to write with pen and paper...at least I can't imagine doing it.

    OR

    Internet

    I was trying to go all deep and thoughtful, but my mind is drawing a blank. That's all I got.

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  5. You know what might be an interesting spin-off to that question: What's the worst invention of all time?

    Hmmmm...cigarettes? WMD's. Interesting to think about.

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  6. Vaccinations! Because without them, a lot of us wouldn't be here!

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  7. I'm going to say phone. It's amazing how close someone from across the world can feel when hearing their voice.

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  8. oh my gosh... what a HARD question! hmmm ... well somedays I think indoor plumbing is the best invention ... but other days I think our advanced modes of transportation are the best. It connects people around the world, allows for faster relief assistance, and let's us see more of God's beautiful creation!

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  9. Books, of course! I would be lost without them. I love to read about all sorts of things and one can learn so much. I know there is the internet too but I do not like to spend too much time reading a computer screen. Have a great weekend!

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  10. Yes, I agree w/ the printing press. It provided the Bible and education in general to the common man. It was huge and, I believe, divinely inspired.

    Hooray for Guttenberg!!

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  11. the written word, whether hieroglyphics, pen-and-ink, printing press, internet -- imagine being able to communicate across generations!

    Oh, and indoor plumbing and the light bulb aren't bad either

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  12. Harnessing a/c electricity! Boy, our live's would be shorter and harder without it! And on a lighter note: feminine hygeine products!

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  13. I like Amy's idea. It's hard to beat the written word as the greatest invention ever. Unless you count baseball.

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  14. I love reading answers to my One Question Friday posts. I'm partial to laughter, but I always find a way to answer things in an unusual way. :D
    ~ Wendy

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