I sent this question through email and Facebook:
If you had your own personal reporter who would research and write about any topic/word/thought you’re dying to discuss or know more about, serious or not-so-serious, what would those topics/words/thoughts be? I thought I’d receive a lot of the same topics/words/thoughts. I was wrong. You people have a lot on your minds. I hope to address some of these topics in my blog. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile, check out the mind-boggling list (and please add to it in the comments if you’d like):
-Words: integrity, character, temptation, love, blessing, friendly fun, humility, racism, vanity, epic.
-Do we really know what is right and what is wrong? Or is it just what our community, family, etc. find is acceptable?
-Choose a topic in history and look at what was taught about it to our parents, what we were taught, and then what our kids are being taught.
-What does it look like to live “fully alive”?
-What are women really afraid of?
-I would love to know about organic/GMOs and that entire mess.
-Should I be growing my own fruits and vegetables?
-Am I killing my kids since I’m not buying organic?
-Is the ground water so polluted and the spray from above everywhere? We just cannot avoid it? Or is this just all hype like 99% of the other media-driven stuff?
-What is a balanced lifestyle: moderation vs. extreme?
-How much time is too much for iPads and kids?
-Friendships at 40. How things change with your friends.
-How to purposefully make more time for God.
-How to put your husband first.
-Doable first steps, for starting and growing a small business utilizing Twitter, Facebook, and blogging.
-Brain neuroscience and neuropathy. How to change behaviors by understanding how to rewire neuro-pathways.
-How to get the best deal for college books.
-What a person learned from going through a divorce and how it changed him/her.
-How to live rent-free for two years with a teenager.
-Self-identity as it pertains to sexual orientation.
-Weekend destinations and/or same day destinations.
-Do-it-yourself projects (inside and outside).
-Starting a small business.
-Jesus as a child.
-Did Ben Affleck really cheat on Jen Garner with the nanny?
-Would like to know more about my grandparents.
-Long-term impact of gay marriage on the health of our society.
-Impacts of gay couple parenting: development, sexual identify, success in school, life, emotional/mental health.
-A brief history of Orlando’s attempts at culture, food, and arts. What has worked in the past 10 years. What hasn’t worked. Why or why not?
One thought on “A Mind-boggling List of What’s on Everyone’s Minds”
Geez, I thought i was serial.