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Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #30 What have I given up on? There is a classic story about a fish that was being studied by scientists. All his needs were met and he was in perfect health. At feeding time … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #29 Do I really want a relationship, or am I just afraid of being alone? There are many right reasons for going into a relationship. There are also many wrong ones.  

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #28 In what ways am I my own worst enemy? We all do it from time to time.  We get so close to allowing something good to come into our life, or we … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #27 When did I not speak up when I should have? I’m sure very few of us would have to think very hard to remember a time when we didn’t speak up when … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #26 Am I striving to be somebody that I’m not? I’m almost tempted to not even write anything on this one.  Just let it sit out there and let you ponder it for … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #5 Am I Truly Living or Merely Existing? The question of living versus existing is one that has been asked many, many times and one I believe we should probably ask ourselves on … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #4 Speaking as a friend Ask yourself, “If I had a friend who spoke to me the way I often speak to myself, how long would I keep them as a friend?” Thinking … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #1 If today were the last day of my life . . . While pulling together ideas and contents for my last post on the questions we ask, I came across a fascinating … Continue reading

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