Five Questions That Will Change Your Life

Posted on Nov 23 2012 - 8:42pm by Renier

Five Questions That Will Change Your Life

Every day we go through the motions – we wake up, eat breakfast, go to work/school, get home, eat dinner, get into bed, and drift away. However, many of us forget to live, to actually breathe, and to exist in the present. There are fifty very important questions you should ask yourself every day to free your mind. Below, Celeb Teen Laundry brings you five of those questions that should be asked on a daily basis

Has your greatest fear ever come true? –. Have you ever fallen off a building by looking down? Have you ever really been attacked by a crazed spider? Have you ever really been hunted by a maniacal clown? Did you fail that exam you studied for? Did your teacher find out you cheated on your test? Most of you will say no. Think about the question; think long and hard about what your greatest fear is. Has it ever come true?

If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be? – There are so many different things you could teach a newborn child, but if you had the opportunity to implant one piece of advice into every child, born every second, what would that advice be? Love freely? Hope for the future? Don’t sweat the small stuff? What would you say?

Do you remember that time 5 years ago when you were extremely upset?  Does it really matter now? – Most of us would answer no to this question. Remember that the past is the past, and nothing you do today will change what you did 5 years ago. Yes, you might still be able to make amends today, but almost 99% of events that happened in your past happened for a reason – they made you who you are today. Don’t cry about it! The past isn’t crying, so why should you?

What would you do differently if you knew no one judged you? Think about how many things you don’t do out of fear of rejection and/judgment. Think about what you would do differently on a day-to-day basis if you knew no one really cared. Your life would be different, wouldn’t it?

What is the difference between being alive and truly living? It’s easy to say you are alive, as all of us are alive, but what does it mean to truly live? What does it mean to truly have an impact on your life and on others’ lives? What difference would it make to your life if you knew that no second was being wasted by anger/greed/jealousy?

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