We are surrounded with so many elements around us that it wouldn’t be wrong to say that each of us has a philosophical, in-depth side to our existence. At some point in our lives, we are likely to ask ourselves some deep questions that prompt us to think and take action.
“Enough madness? Enough? And how do you measure madness?”
― Grant Morrison, ‘Batman: Arkham Asylum’
We don’t know whether to call it an advantage, or a disadvantage; but it is a fact that is unlikely to be changed―humans are always taught; conditioned to believe a set of rights and wrongs, things that are allowed and things that are forbidden, things that are real and those that are marked as unreal. While this learning has enabled mankind to reach the pinnacle of evolution, and rule all creatures that breathe on this planet, it has also―to some extent―created a curiosity, a rebellion perhaps, in many minds.
In the process of categorizing the world and its components, there comes a phase where we tend to wonder about an alternate possibility. History stands witness to the fact that it is this alternate, out-of-the-box thinking that has resulted in some phenomenal findings and inventions. We all have thought deep when it comes to the world, but have we ever given ourselves a serious thought? The following section consists of some super deep questions that will make you wonder about yourself and the world that you are surrounded with.
Deep Questions That Make You Think
1.Why does seeing your reflection in water take you to the introspection zone?
2.Do you think life has a purpose? What is your life’s purpose?
3.What is the one crucial thing you have learned in life, that you wish you had learned earlier?
4.What are you afraid to lose the most?
5.What is more difficult for you: looking into someone’s eyes when you are telling them how you feel, or looking into someone’s eyes when they are telling you how they feel when you don’t feel the same for them?
6.What is that one thing that provides/will provide you mental peace? Why?
7.What was that one incident that made you question, “Do I really know myself?”
8.Do animals possess a secret knowledge that humans would never be able to fathom?”
9.If you had an accident and were left with terrible scars for life, would your lover still love you?
10.What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not love them back?
11.If you had to ever choose between your principles and profit, what would you choose?
12.You are on a short, non-stop flight. There is a fire in the back of the plane. You have enough time to make only ONE phone call. Who would you call?
13.What would you choose: True love with the guarantee of a broken heart, or never to experience love at all? Why?
14.How do you want to be remembered? Do you think you’re walking that path?
15.Is every end a new beginning?
16.Is love nothing but a habit? Do humans love someone only because they get used to them?
17.If this is the only life we have, why do we let go of the things we really love, by choice?
18.What is the one thing you resist the most and why?
19.Is there actually something known as ‘karma’? What do you think you did to deserve the life you are living now?
20.Have you ever wondered why we spend our lives focusing on surviving and not truly living? Have we really not got the time, or have we just been procrastinating it for a tomorrow that may, or may not be there?
21.Why do we expect the most from people who have taught us to be independent?
22.Is success measured by money? If yes, then why is one always scared of losing it? A success that can be taken away …, is it truly success?
23.If you think of it, is it truly possible to hate someone you once loved more than yourself? If yes, then is love truly unconditional?
24.Think about it, have you been the biggest obstacle between you and the fulfillment of your long-lost dreams?
25.The fear of losing keeps us from taking risks. If you were to take a risk, and you knew you wouldn’t lose for sure, what are the things you’d do?
26.If you just had one chance to travel through time and make just one change to your past, what would it be and why?
27.What is the one thing that you are the most grateful for? What do you do to show that gratitude?
28.What do you believe in: Doing things right or doing the right things?
29.Why do dreams seem so real?
30.Would we be able to identify happiness without having been through sadness?
31.Is our intuitive or gut feeling, actually an external entity that, through paranormal means, communicates and informs us about a particular outcome?
32.If the law of attraction is in fact real, what thoughts do you think have put you in your present situation?
33.How far would you go to save the life of a loved one? Would you sabotage your own life for them to live happily?
34.Do you have different standards when it comes to judging others and judging your loved ones, or yourself?
35.Do you expect more than you give?
36.Where does nature get its colors from?
37.Do plants have souls?
38.If your entire life was to be made into a movie, what would you name it?
39.Have you truly rejoiced, celebrated your life with the people who are important to you―family, friends, teachers? If not now, then when?
40.Is there someone in your life whom you would kill without giving a second thought, if you were assured that you’d never be caught?
41.Can you think of any one person, whom you think you love unconditionally? Or, do you have any one person who you think loves you unconditionally?
42.What is the biggest question that haunts you right now?
You know what the trend has been so far? People have spent their lives, living a life that they never wanted in the first place, and when they were nearing the end, they wished they lived differently! If not all, then at least some of the aforementioned questions will definitely pave way for introspection, give you a chance to rethink, reorganize, and change the course of life for the better. We suggest that each and every person should ask themselves questions whenever life seems to be unsatisfactory. A periodic dive into what is and what should be, or what could be, is always essential for growth and satisfaction.