If you could have lunch with anyone in the world or from history, who would you choose?
The Buddha, because i have a question for him..The question is: did he really leave all that stuff to read (doctrines/paths/truths etc), or has it all been added to his teachings..From my experience emptying the mind, is far better for us than filling our mind..The Buddha probably only ever said: Try to use logic before you make any decision especially with matters of the heart, because that's our only way to tell if or not we're making a decision biased by our emotions..So if we use logic we will eventually become a logical thinker, & that is the end of our personal suffering, & also means the end to all unwanted negative thoughts emotions & feelings....Other than that I'd go to dinner with Albert Einstein, & ask him the following: if I'm actually here right now typing this in an infinite universe shouldn't that mean that i always exist?, there could be one version of me or there could be infinite copies of me..But could it be possible that i could just disappear, after all, where would i go in an infinite universe?lol..Life is full of seemingly unanswerable questions, & that to me "smacks" or at least "hints" that it's a test. :-)
My answer to this question will always be: Any one, two, or three of my three children (in any combination). If there are ever grandchildren, I suppose I'll add them to my list.
Leon Russell Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee. Just because he is a great piece of history and I think he and I would have agreat conversation.
by Eric Newland 8 years ago
...there would be no gravity.My reasoning comes from the Shell Theorem:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_theoremSimply put, a spherical shell exerts no net gravitational force on objects inside it. Likewise, there will be no net gravitational force on a point at the very center of a solid...
by Infinite712 9 years ago
That is, how much matter do you think there is? Do you think that the universe is finite or infinite? Is there never ending "stuff" or a finite amount that's surrounded by absolutely nothing. I don't know what this concept of "nothing" is supposed to be, so I think that an...
by Angie Jardine 8 years ago
If you could be anyone in history who would you be ... and why?
by Penny Godfirnon 6 years ago
If you could go to lunch with anyone in the whole world who would it be?
by Kristen Mazzola 7 years ago
If you could have lunch with anyone living who would it be?...Mine would be Jimmy Buffett!
by ceri x 7 years ago
I personally think that this world is going down hill rapidly, does anyone agree?credit crunch, young mum's, war, obesity, drug's, drink, the fact that they have only just decided that we should 'Go Green'.... i'm all for this recycling business, and i'm really into it, but why has it taken the...
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