Friday, April 23, 2010

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.










One earth-shattering, life-changing thought or hundreds of solid, good thoughts?

*check back on Monday when I review The Marriage Project by Kathi Lipp
**photos by flickr

23 comments:

  1. Hands down...one earth-shattering, life-changing thought! Those are moments we never forget.

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  2. Gosh, you're up early! Good question! If the one, life changing thought is about Jesus, then definitely that one! After a decision like choosing to follow Christ, the good thoughts will hopefully, and fruitfully, follow.

    Going back to sleep now! :P

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  3. One life changing thought. Going thru life with small good thoughts might lead me to be complacent in life. Where one life changing one would give life more meaning.

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  4. I guess I am hundreds of solid good thoughts--I think I am the need something steady to get me through:)

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  5. I'd take the one life-changing thought, because those are the ones that have a way of opening the door to new and exciting avenues of possibility.

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  6. Hundreds of good thoughts. More is more, right? :)

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  7. Definitely one life-changing, earth-shattering thought...because that leads to hundreds (or more) good thoughts. :)

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  8. Hundreds of solid, good thoughts! If I chose one life-changing thoughts, what are the rest of my thoughts like? I shudder to think ;)

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  9. Good Morning! So glad we have crossed paths girl, loving your site! What a great question! I guess I will have to with one life-changing, earth-shattering thought. I get thoughts and ideas all the time, but sadly enough it is usually the large ones that get accomplished first {or for that matter at all} Why do we all have to be so busy these days? {haha} Hope you have a wonderful weekend! xoxo

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  10. I like the big bang!!!
    Since Christ died for my sins and I accept Him as Savior, I am forgiven and will live with Him forever!

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  11. Hundreds of thoughts. They keep life interesting, and I never know when one of those seemingly ordinary thoughts can lead to something far bigger.

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  12. Hundreds of solid thoughts. They keep you going day after day.

    BTW, I love you, and I love that you help us know ourselves better by these cool questions.

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  13. One life changing thought. Followed later by smaller good ones:)

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  14. I'm the slow and steady type, so hundreds of thoughts, but then again, I also like high drama, so one great, big earth shattering thought would be good. No, as a writer, I'll go with hundreds. Somehow I gotta fuel lots of writing.

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  15. Hundreds of solid good thoughts! I like consistency and stability.

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  16. One big one to never forget and transform me forever! :O)

    www.dianeestrella.com

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  17. I'd like the one but then the hundreds too.....

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  18. I enjoyed your blog. Very insightful
    Hope you will find blessings on mine
    Jesus Lives, Bob West
    http://westbob.blogspot.com/2010/04/line-upon-line.html

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  19. Someone once told me that salvation is like winning the lottery. Either you get the annuity payment plan, or you take all your money at once. Either way, the goal is that it will last you for your whole life.

    I tend to think that, because I'm on the annuity plan (became a Christian at a very young age, and that has led to a relatively solid, but not very dramatic spiritual life), and I generally am comfortable with the way my life has turned out, that I would like to have a lifetime of good, solid thoughts. But I also think that one life-altering thought could do the same thing. So I guess I would say either one would be great for me.

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  20. Gee lets see... I have good solid thoughts all the time. I'm up for something earth shattering. I hope it involves some long forgotten treasure buried in my yard, or the sudden birth of the world's most perfect plot line. Either or or.

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  21. I'd take the string of solid thoughts. In the end, it is the 'small' things of relationship and time and faith that matters. Our lives turn on tiny hinges.

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  22. One life-changing thought. I've learned I have to draw at least one thing from an experience and think about it, dwell on it, learn from it, enjoy it, etc. Otherwise, it gets lost in the "hundreds of things" and I lose it. Interesting question.

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