The 365 Question Challenge is based on the 365 Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself this Year written by the folks at Mark and Angel Hack Life. It’s simple, just share your answers in the comment section and lets all get to know each other better…a lot better. Answer as many questions or as few as you like. Follow the Challenge on Twitter, Facebook or RSS to keep up to date.
186. What does love feel like?
Love, for me, is when in your heart you want nothing more than that person to be happy, even at the expense of your own happiness. Also, when you feel a sense of mutual trust, respect and a connection that goes way deeper than those of aquaintances.
187. What are your favorite simple pleasures?
Puppy breath, cappuccinos in the morning, sand in my toes, eating tiramisu for breakfast, trying something new, happy hours and cuddling with the warm laundry.
188. If you could go back in time and tell a younger version of yourself one thing, what would you tell?
Stop worrying about the stuff that is not important in the grand scheme of life. I spent way too much of my precious time concerned about how others felt about me and fretting over things in the future that probably would never happen. Life has been so much easier since letting go.
189. What do you do to deliberately impress others?
For the most part, the only person that I now try to impress is myself. I am consistently pushing my life to the limits, continue to learn, take opportunities when they present themselves and have created a life filled with everyday adventure. There have been times when I want to pat myself on the back for a job well done. And that’s a great feeling.
190. What will you never do?
I have always said, “never say never”, because circumstances are everchanging.
191. Excluding romantic relationships, who do you love?
My family, friends and myself.
192. What is your earliest childhood memory?
My earliest childhood memory is of an Easter egg hunt where I won a big chocolate bunny.
193. What book has had the greatest influence on your life?
What Happy People Know by Dan Baker
From Panic to Power by Lucinda Bassett
A New Earth by Eckhard Tolle
Is there a higher power and in what form?
Will there ever be a cure for cancer?
When I was sixteen, my parents went away for the night and my friends pressured me into have a party that got way out of control. I spent the entire night tending to drunk teens, cleaning up after everyone and being paranoid that my parents would come home early. No fun!
See all 365 Thought Provoking Questions on Mark and Angels blog.