16 Random Questions
For this post, I’m not providing answers, or even opinions. I’m reversing polarity on this blog post, and instead asking questions, any and all of which you are free to provide answers to if you have any.
-Why are so many people and organizations unwilling to be small?
-Is there an intrinsic value to indiscriminate change?
-Is “that’s the world we live in” ever an intelligent answer?
-Is it healthy or even moral to be selling ourselves in every field of our lives, all of the time?
-Should people with their own rigid expectations ever complain about being discriminated against?
-Where does the unhealthy obsession with income potential as a dating criteria come from?
-Why can’t the woman in a relationship make more or all of the money?
-Why can’t she be taller, for that matter? Or older?
-If two people are of legal age, why should an age difference matter? What exactly is so creepy about a large age difference between two romantic partners?
-Why is it creepy behavior when you have no interest in the guy, but flirtation when you find him attractive? Is this a double-standard?
-Is there truly a standard for quality art or writing, or do we just like what we like?
-Why do so many religious people see academic intelligence as a threat, or even something to be mocked?
-When people that “love” you can stop talking to you without explanation, does that say something about them, or you?
-Is there an actual, intellectual defense of the death penalty in a civilized society? One that doesn’t involve the concept of “eye for an eye”?
-How many people truly feel better about themselves when they change their entire life to lose weight, as opposed to thinking they feel better about themselves, because culture says they should be skinny?
-Have you in any way conformed so much that you don’t even realize you’ve conformed at all?