Double ended questions – part 1

I am trying to keep my mind busy away from the broken brake rods in my car.


How would you answer these?

  1. What are the things that stand between you and complete happiness?
  2. What will people say at your funeral?
  3. Standing at the gates of heaven, and God asks you “Why should I let you in?” What do you reply?
  4. If you lost everything tomorrow, whose arms would you run into to make everything ok?
  5. Does this person know how much they mean to you? When was the last time you told them?
  6. If you could send a message to the entire world, what would you say in 30 seconds?
  7. If you received enough money to never need to work again, what would you spend your time doing?
  8. If today was the last day of your life, what would you want to do?
  9. What would you change about your life if you knew you would never die?
  10. If your entire life was a movie, what title would best fit?
  11. How would you describe yourself in 5 words?
  12. What are the chances you’ve passed up on that you regret?
  13. How do you apply the learning from this regret to your actions today?
  14. What would you do differently if you knew that no one was judging you?
  15. If you could watch everything that happened in your life until now, would you enjoy it?
  16. If you could ask a single person one question, and they had to answer truthfully, who and what would you ask?
  17. If you could start over, what would you do differently?
  18. When you’re 90 years old, what will matter most to you in the world?
  19. Are you holding onto something that you need to let go of? What’s stopping you?
  20. Would you break the law to save a loved one?


8 thoughts on “Double ended questions – part 1

  1. 1. forgetting to be grateful for what I have in the moment
    2. she made a positive impact wherever she could
    3. I did the best I could with what I had
    4. my sister and mom
    5. I tell them every day
    6. love yourself — nothing else matters (what you have inside automatically gets shared with others)
    7. I would help an organization that supported people in crisis
    8. I would give away all of my money to causes that needed it and tell others how special they are
    9. I would stop worrying about things that don’t matter
    10. Love and Joy
    11. someone who wants the best for this planet
    12. I haven’t told people enough how much I appreciate them
    13. I will look for times to be grateful
    14. I would dance more
    15. yes because I’ve transformed through the years
    16. I would ask myself what it is that I love to do
    17. I would live in each moment and find gratitude
    18. helping others
    19. feeling that I have to protect myself — putting up walls feels protective, but it’s not
    20. yes

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    1. I love all of your answers! Thanks for responding to them! Do you have any limits on breaking the law; such as things that you won’t do no matter what?

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      1. I think laws are a good thing because they keep us safe and protected. I think if my loved one needed help, and one of the laws was not in place for their safety, protection, and everyone’s well-being, I would break it. What about you?

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        1. It depends on what. I wouldn’t commit murder though.

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  2. One question I will answer – When I am 90 – the people I love are next to me will be most important 🌸😊

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