A wonderful question

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Memoir  |  House: Booksie Classic


A glorious way to answer any question is to ask yourself the question. But in personal expreience, I have had trouble answering myself questions without answering from emotion, thus deluting the meaning of the answer. So to help anyone interested in getting a true answer to a complicated question, whether it be of morality or maybe just for an essay for school, is to leave it unanswered. Always keep the question as vague as you can, but never answer it. To use an example, a friend of mine had an issue with deciding if he was in love, and the only thing I said when he told me about this was, "Do you love him for him, or do you love him for you?". A line to help think about this stuff is: 

If what is done is done, and what's due will due, you might find something new.

If you think too lightly, you'll be decieved. If you think too much, you'll be overwhelmed. I wrote this article so those of you who read my work consistantly are able to understand my thought when it comes to sudden topic difference. Thank you all!

 

--Mentalmachete125


Submitted: December 17, 2017

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