Fandango's Provocative Question #11 is: Do you believe that terminally ill people should be allowed or encouraged to end their lives via physician-assisted suicide? If so, under any circumstances or should there be restrictions? If not, why not? I'll try to keep it brief, but no guarantees. First, terminally ill covers a wide range… Continue reading #YPQ 11 Suicide Assist or No?
Fandango's Provocative Question this week is about the choices we make and the actions we take. “What is more important to you, doing the right thing or doing things right?” Ideally doing the right thing and doing things right are the same thing. For example following the Golden Rule of doing unto others as… Continue reading #YPQ 10 — Doing the Do
Fandango's Provocative Question #9 is: “What are you struggling with the most right now?” Number one struggle right now is deciding whether or not I want to go back to work. I like to work and I'm a dedicated worker, but I can't work in my field of choice in this town because my choices… Continue reading #YPQ #9 — The struggle of now
Fandango's Provocative Question #8 is: “When was the last time you did something for the very first time? What was it that you did?” Well I could go on at length about the experience of retiring for the first time, but I'm too busy living it to want to talk about it. Instead I will… Continue reading #FPQ 8 Last brand new experience
Fandango's Provocative Question #7 this week is: “Do you believe that social media sites should be able to censor what people post on their sites and ban content creators from posting? Or do you consider such actions to be a violation of freedom of speech, which is guaranteed as a right in the First Amendment… Continue reading #FPQ 7 Social Media Site Censorship OK?
Fandango has outdone himself with this twisty biscuit. The question of the day is: “Is technological advancement a net positive or a net negative?” Technology's advancement has widened the opportunity for people from all points on the globe to communicate with and interact with each other through the internet. Massive surveillance of each and every… Continue reading #FPQ 6: Tech Advancement Net Positive or Negative
image link “Is there a ‘blogging-you’ who is different from the real-world you? If so, how are the two ‘yous’ different? How has the ‘blogging-you’ evolved since you first started blogging?” The blogging-me (Li) is a disembodied self that has a framework of likes, dislikes, beliefs, ways of writing, who chooses topics to write about,… Continue reading YPQ #5 Blogger vs. Real-World
Fandango has provoked us with yet another question. This is the best one yet, imo. “Is it better to know or is it better to not know?” Things it's better not to know: --How hot Charlie Hunnam looks in a suit image link Let's face it, he looks good in anything, or even nothing,… Continue reading #YPQ #4 Better to Know or Not?
image link Fandango gives us another provocative question. “Is morality objective or is it subjective? If you believe it’s objective, what is its source. If you believe it’s subjective, how do you know whose concept of morality is correct? From the crystal ball (google), one definition of morality is “principles concerning the distinction between right… Continue reading FPQ #3 — on morality
image link Fandango's Provocative Question #2 is: “What do you think is more useful: intelligence or wisdom, and why do you feel that way?” Intelligence and wisdom are human attributes. One is fixed (unchanging) and one is dynamic (changing) . From my view, intelligence is a fixed, or unchanging aspect, much like eye or hair color;… Continue reading FPQ #2 — Intelligence or Wisdom?