59 thoughts on “My Question of the Day – 6/28/16

    1. Very interesting… maybe ask him why he would have killed himself too for a group that obviously were not worth it. And also if he really got the special treatment for doing it where he is now… (that’s all for the ones using a religious cause of course… there are others too…)

  1. There are so many to choose from! How do you pick when there’s a plethora of people you’d love to meet and not to mention, many I barely knew before they passed. Then if you add in those I knew well and those still living that I’d like to meet, oh boy! There’s so much I would love to know from so many people.

    If I really must pick one person, I’d talk to Jesus and it would be because it would be an amazing honor to meet him face to face. And a gentle hug and some wise words from Him would mean the world to me.

    1. I always thought she was under-appreciated for her contribution. Maybe because she was a writer/poet instead of a “celebrity” or politician. Would you agree?

      1. I guess in my world, she was always decently appreciated because most, if not all the writers I know, celebrated her. We still do. But, on a global scale? Yes, I’d agree.

  2. I would choose my Husband. He is strong, proud, honest and kind, he is a wonderful human being with stories of his adventures that I would never tire of. He is funny, sensitive and patient: I will never stop learning from him.

  3. Too many to chose from…my parents would be the first option. Probably my Mom first though as it has been 24 years since she died. She missed half my life so it would be nice to let her know.

  4. It would be Stephen King. I love his writing and they say he writes from his nightmares. We have similar nightmares. He is my writing soulmate.

    1. For me I don’t take the creation story literal so I am most certain you would be speaking to a grunting ape or some form of early man. And I think Jesus would be a very interesting choice. He is on my short list. But not the Jesus that exists in the minds of most people, but the historic man that walked around Judea in the 1st century C.E. I think most would be shocked to find the two are quite different. And not necessarily bad different.

  5. My Grandfather. I would like to sit and have a glass of his sun brewed tea on his porch and listen to his stories. Born in 1898-1994. Just a simple, small town farmer who lived through much and oh… so kind and wise. 🙂

  6. President Obama.

    I would love to know from his perspective what it felt like the day he won the presidency in 2008. Also, it would just be pretty cool to tell my kids about spending a little time with the President.

  7. I’d love to have those 15min with my Dad. Just to hug him one more time and tell him how much I love him, how much he inspires me. I’d ask him if he’s in a good place now and would thank him for leaving all the signs for me, letting me know that he is always around.

    1. Also thanking him for looking our for me. He passed away a couple of months ago. I would also thank him for having waited for me to come see him one last time and being able to hold his hand and see his eyes sparkle one more time.

  8. My cousin Travis. He died 9 years ago. I always thought we would grow old together. I would love to have 15 minutes to tell him how much I admired him because he had a lot of obstacles to overcome in life.

      1. He was 34, married with 3 kids. I was an only child, so I was very close to him coming up. He had a tough life, but was always positive and supportive. Man, I wish I could tell him how much I respected the man he was.

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