I do not have all the answers to all of life’s problems. I do have opinions and I have faith that steers me. With that said, I do have some questions that keep swirling in my mind:
How in the world does any adult able to conceive and give birth to a child think putting a dirty diaper in a parking lot is okay?
What do people do if they understand the mind-soul-body connection but don’t acknowledge a Spiritual Being created it?
On that note, if we evolved, how were our personalities determined?
Who gives teenagers permission to disrespect adults?
Do people realize that using the “F” word publicly is sound pollution for those of us who opt out of trash talk?
What are we going to do about the children of families where the parents a) aren’t around, b) can’t work, or c) don’t work?
If we are baffled by wildfires, storms, earthquakes, etc., can we find the verse in the bible that teaches why the earth moans and learn to stop contributing to its demise?
Are we okay that TV seems to rule most of our lives while many of us gripe about how “fake” or “sinful” TV has become?
Why do some of us believe that if we ignore our issues, those issues will go away by themselves?
Father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law…why do we assume “in-law” constitutes turmoil?
While we’re talking about turmoil, can we work together and drop the drama?
Do we all agree that the word, “compromise” literally requires two differing opinions to move to the middle?
Can we admit those problems we observe in the “next generation” reflects the failures of our generation?
When will we get it that refusing to ask the questions prevents us from finding our solutions?