• What is really the point of life?

    18 answers · 21 hours ago
  • What's the point of life if you are not intelligent ?

    Best answer: There is no point in life if you are not intelligent. The top 10% smartest people can attain success by becoming doctors and lawyers and such but the other 90% of people will just be losers who make poor decisions.
    Best answer: There is no point in life if you are not intelligent. The top 10% smartest people can attain success by becoming doctors and lawyers and such but the other 90% of people will just be losers who make poor decisions.
    12 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Do you want a wall between the USA and Mexico?

    If so..why don't you AMERICANS pay for it?
    If so..why don't you AMERICANS pay for it?
    20 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why is life so mysterious?

    Best answer: God made the world, and life itself. Everything is too complex (such as our DNA) to just have existed one day.
    Best answer: God made the world, and life itself. Everything is too complex (such as our DNA) to just have existed one day.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can we know anything for certain?

    14 answers · 21 hours ago
  • What's the point of life?

    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • What is life?

    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you know why is the USA next to Mexico?

    11 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Why do we like truth?

    When it hurts like hell and its always ugly no matter how you dress it up................. I know it sets you free.......... But in a world of liars how are truthtellers free from strife? Especially now when alternative facts, fake news, and a conspiracy theorist president are acceptable...........
    When it hurts like hell and its always ugly no matter how you dress it up................. I know it sets you free.......... But in a world of liars how are truthtellers free from strife? Especially now when alternative facts, fake news, and a conspiracy theorist president are acceptable...........
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you believe in the notion of "Karma", "You reap what you sow", "What comes around goes around"?

    A lot of people talk about those concepts as if they are true, but haven't many of us met people who are mean, nasty, selfish, derisive of others who lie, cheat and steal, yet still "win" socially, financially, promotions at work, etc. Seldom does the person who acts decently come out ahead. Can those... show more
    A lot of people talk about those concepts as if they are true, but haven't many of us met people who are mean, nasty, selfish, derisive of others who lie, cheat and steal, yet still "win" socially, financially, promotions at work, etc. Seldom does the person who acts decently come out ahead. Can those concepts of "earning" what happens to us be taken seriously?
    26 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why would you want to be somewhere other than where you already are?

    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    18 answers · 5 days ago
  • Internet or real world, which is more horrible place?

    Best answer: For some the internet for some the real world.
    Best answer: For some the internet for some the real world.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is life fake?

    31 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you think death is a scarecrow, put in place to protect the corn?

    Best answer: It's an interesting paradox, as the Scarecrow is known to be both a totem of death and fear, but also holds the opposite symbolism of hope and prosperity. Scarecrows are meant to frighten away crows from the crops, which is why they are often eerie and frightening. They are pseudo-human creations, which... show more
    Best answer: It's an interesting paradox, as the Scarecrow is known to be both a totem of death and fear, but also holds the opposite symbolism of hope and prosperity.

    Scarecrows are meant to frighten away crows from the crops, which is why they are often eerie and frightening. They are pseudo-human creations, which puts them in the same category as dolls.

    They are symbols of death because they carry the reminder of the fear of starvation, if the crows eat the harvest. On the other hand, they are symbols of harvest and plenty as the corn will survive if no crows eats of it, thus the farmers and people live on.

    Perhaps, it's the way we symbolize these things, that gives me pause... personally, I wouldn't want a Scarecrow to be my conjuration or magical charm to be my protector as the ideal of this; seems freaky!! (lol, sorry, that is just how I sees this!!)... I'd rather view this from the hope and prosperity point of view and somehow the Scarecrow protecting me, seems shadowy. I like the ideal of Life for the farmers and people to continue on and the harvest of the fields to keep producing.
    ~~~~ I do see Death as an entity that propels us into various realities though!
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • What's the difference between a socialist and a car thief?

    Best answer: 1) A car thief admits when he steals it's wrong.

    2) The socialist is so lazy he even makes someone else steal for him.
    Best answer: 1) A car thief admits when he steals it's wrong.

    2) The socialist is so lazy he even makes someone else steal for him.
    9 answers · 2 days ago