What if....do you really use this question?

@icesmile (7160)
Romania
November 10, 2009 4:21pm CST
What if I were to be a drop? What if time had no limit What if we were kids again seeing our life as a game? What if God was one of us? What if you can be born again...you will choice same place, same persons around you, same love stories? What if.....you try to use this question to see if you are really happy?
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@maezee (38846)
• United States
10 Nov 09
I hate asking and answering "what if" questions because they're just so pointless. I only like to ask "what if" questions to myself if it's truly a situation that I could end up in - if it's truly a possibility in the near future. I hate answering questions like "What if.. I had a million dollars?" or "What if.. I could fly?" and stuff like that. It's a waste of time and energy if you ask me. I would much rather contemplate things in my life that are actually happening or going to happen. And I don't think that this interest ("thinker") is reserved just for those kinds of question. Technically..Anyone who comes on MyLot and starts a discussion is "thinking" about something.
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@icesmile (7160)
• Romania
10 Nov 09
Hi, technically, i am sure that i can start this kind of discussion in what category i want; can i? Any way, i am sure that is right place to start this "question". thank you
@viperuz2 (68)
• Philippines
16 Nov 09
Yeah, i always use that question in every decision i make. I always want to know the consequences of what i will do.
• United States
11 Nov 09
thats a very good question almost like alien like
• United States
10 Nov 09
Hi, Icesmile! What if is the reason for writing fiction. Although I seldom do that, it always begins with asking myself what if... and the story just about writes itself!