I Just Would Like To Know

If happiness is a choice, why are so many people unhappy? Do they choose to be?

And if happiness is a choice we make, what about unhappiness? Is it a choice as well and if so, why do people choose to be unhappy?

Soulmate or love of my life? Which one is better and/or is there a difference and if so, how do I know?

What is more important education or experience?

When do you know that you have to change something about yourself or your life? Who tells you?

What makes a genius a genius and who decides? Is there a genius jury somewhere?

Where there fishes on Noah’s ark?

Do we see colors the same way, or do we just name them all the same?

Can a deaf person hear what they think?

Can the blind see their dreams?

Why are all scarecrows male? Scarecrow discrimination?

If cats eat mice, why is there no cat food with mouse taste?

Is there another word for synonym?

And what is the opposite of the opposite?

Are we really afraid of death, or are we afraid of not knowing?

When do we know something is perfect? Is there are jury for perfection and if so, are they perfect?

When is a person really good? Who decides?

If love can turn to hate so easily, why doesn’t it work the other way too?

Why is there an expiration date on sour cream?

If nothing sticks to Teflon, how does Teflon stick to the pan?

If God exists and he (or she) revealed themselves, would people who believe in God actually accept God as God?

Why do banks charge you for ‘insufficient funds’ when you don’t have enough money on your account to pay it?

Did we invent math or did we discover it?

What came first, the color orange or the orange?

If I am alone with myself, am I still alone?

If I want to be a better person, when will I know when to stop?

Große Fragen Universum Wissenschaft

16 thoughts on “I Just Would Like To Know

  1. Have you seen the new Hyundai commercials that also feature similar oddball questions? You could probably submit some of your headscratchers here for them to use. Definitely food for thought, even if only “fast food”

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  2. Lots of great questions! You are definitely a deep thinker. I know someone that works with the deaf community. Regarding the deaf, even reading words on a page is a unique experience to some of them. The books they benefit from most are in sign language video format. Then too, someone on Instagram asked a group of multilingual people what language they prayed to God in. It was filled with a lot of incredible responses. One person said that they said their prayers in sign language…I found that very profound. So, I do not think someone born completely deaf can hear what they think, nor can a person born completely blind see there dreams. That may help you with two of your questions : )

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  3. “Is there another word for synonym?”
    Yes!
    “There is another possibility, though: poecilonym. This is probably the closest synonym of synonym, although it’s antiquated and rarely used. David Grambs, a lexicographer for American Heritage and Random House, included it in his 1997 book ‘The Endangered English Dictionary: Bodacious Words Your Dictionary Forgot’.”
    –From mentalfloss dot com

    Of course I had to look it up, otherwise there would be no sleep for me this evening.
    Great post!

    Pondering all your posed questions should keep me out of trouble for the next several hours.
    Thanks!

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    • I am glad you liked my questions and staying out of trouble is -almost always – a good thing. I am glad I finally know someone here in Word press who is as weird as I am, or as interested as I am.
      I found it too:
      Poecilonym is a synonym of synonym.
      As nouns the difference between poecilonym and synonym is that poecilonym is a synonym: a word that means the same thing as another while synonym is {{context|semantics|with respect to a given word or phrase|lang=en}} a word or phrase with a meaning that is the same as, or very similar to, another word or phrase.

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