Thanks for your question! Why move to Ecuador? That's a difficult question to answer in a few words but essentially excellent climate, lower cost of living, and easier access to fresh fruits and vegetables (and a year 'round growing season!) were at the top of the list for me. There is also much less "Big Brother" here in South America and in my view the escalating world financial crisis will affect this region of the world less than most. The people here are gracious, sincere and friendly as well, which seals the deal for me. :-)
by JourneyHolm 21 months ago
Help with a Hub: A question about God's omniscience and omnibenevolence.I'm writing a hub about the following question and other perspectives would be very helpful:If God is omniscient (all-knowing) and omnibenevolent (all-loving), then why does He create souls that he knows will burn in Hell? To...
by Zombie Chick 9 years ago
How would you let the person you like know that you liked him/her?How would you tell that person? What if that person was seeing someone else? How do you tell him/her without being embarrassed?
by Ronald de Jesus 3 years ago
What is the most difficult question one can ask?Where one is coming from that is where the question is built. Every question reflects some glimpses of history of our personal journey in life. It is quite interesting where everything will merge...
by Sophia Angelique 7 years ago
This is a very difficult question. It's about standards in different things. Standards of behaviour. Standards in work. Standards in writing. Standards in anything.It's about where we say, "This is acceptable, and this is not."I find it a difficult question because I think one has to...
by The Examiner-1 5 years ago
Why are some questions so hard to ask?
by purnimamoh1982 6 years ago
What was that question asked by your child?What is the most difficult question your child asked you one day and you had to divert her attention because in your opinion, she was not mature enough for a direct answer?
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