What is the most important question you have ever been asked?
"Why?"...This is asked by my son...daily. It was asked by my older children and will most likely be asked by his younger brothers. I think I am not alone in this. I should start the parents club called..."Because"....
Here's an example: Mom, can I have some pop?
Because you just had some.
Because too much pop is bad for you.
Because it makes you hyper.
Mom, can I have some pop?
Why?.........................you get the picture!
Until now, the question that stands most important to me is here => http://abhimanyusingh92.hubpages.com/hu … e-part-III
Did you realize you are about to step on a rattlesnake? (In Baja, 2001)
Is it possible that I have been totally deceived about something all my life?
"Where are you going?"
A friend asked me this repeatedly last year and then I finally decided to map out what I wanted in life, and wrote a poem about it. I've been refering to it since and the vision is now clearer in my mind. I know where I'm going...
"who is stopping you from speaking your mind?" (by a psychic, yesterday!)
The most important question I have ever been asked is "Will you be my wife?"
Well, I've been asked more than once but the most memorable is saying no to the love of my life.......has regretted it ever since. No engaged but not the same.
"Where were you when I was getting the s*** beat out of me at four years old," by my fifteen year old son recently when his father, a drug addicted, abusive, alcoholic, assisted by his mother and her high profile, corrupt attorneys, took my son away from me when he was just three and a half years old such that I knew nothing about the initial change of custody until I was told I could no longer go and pick my son up from daycare anymore and why. I lost everything throughout the years trying to fight for my son, but, in all honesty, you can't beat corruption.
What time is it? This should have been over already! I agrEE
Vonda G. Nelson
One I've been asked and one I've asked myself: "What are you so afraid of?"
how much of your day was constructive and how much of it was destructive?
analyze yourself everyday ... lesson from Dad. may his soul rest in peace.
I think for me it was the question 'what will happen to you after you die?'
"What is stopping you from doing what you want?" I've been asking myself this for the past few weeks...I'm still trying to figure it out, but when I do, I know I'll finally be happy and certain with what I want to do in life.
"Do you know you are a good woman?"
"Do you are beautiful?"
Honestly, I felt touched when I was asked these two questions.
During my second pregnancy which was a medically difficult labor I was asked the question "If we can save only one person, would you rather we save you or the baby". I wanted to say the baby, but in doing so I would leave my first child without a mother. I would leave my parents without a daughter, a spouse without a wife, an brothers without a sister. It was a difficult question when you have a husband in the military who was seldom home. I picked "save me". I felt that was the most difficult question because either way, someone loses. In the end, we were both saved, but that was a very difficult and painful question.
will you marry me?...my answer is too short, i have to make it longer................that should do it :-)
"Are you going to finish that"?
I felt I had to comfort them in knowing that I wasn't quite sure that I was, and if I wasn't, why were they curious? Did they want to finish it themselves, or were they trying to rush me out of their establishment? Perhaps, it was rehtorical, and didn't need an answer. In any case, I felt sh*tty, not answering them if I was or not.
I was in my early 30's, had 2 children and was agonizing over whether to go back to school. I whined to my Dad...."Oh...I don't know....do you realize, in 4 years, I'll be 36 or 37 before I'm able to finish school?
My Dad asked me: **** "Really? So...how old will you be in 4 years, if you don't go back to school?****
I went. It actually took 6 years...part-time!
What will you do with Jesus Christ? Will you give you life to him, or reject him? Do you want eternity with him or in hell?
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