Questions For Every Day

If today was it, would you die knowing you did your best?

If tomorrow never came, would you be proud of the last thing you said to each person you love?

If “someday” was only “now”, would you do everything you’ve always put off?

If you knew you had a choice about what kind of life you could be living, would you choose different?

If you knew failure is impossible, what would you do?

If it were true that everyone you meet is you in another body, how would you treat them?

If love was the true currency of the Uni-verse and the more you gave away the more you received, how would you spend it?

If fear were the biggest illusion and the greatest lie of all time, how would you choose to live your life?

If the Uni-verse always supported a life lived towards achieving dreams, how big would you dream?

– Jackson Kiddard

2 thoughts on “Questions For Every Day

  1. I like these thought provoking posts… At first, I thought, “Ya, I die knowing I did my best. At lease in recent years.” But then those other questions popped up. If failure was impossible and fear was the biggest illusion, what would I do? I guess I’m not living life as true to myself as I’d like to, I’m living “safely”… So what would I change? I’d do more animal advocacy, and start a small bakery. Time restraints keep my from the advocacy, and fear keeps me from the bakery… I hate that I work in a warehouse that sells tools that contribute to the waste of our resources and crowding of our planet. But right now, I feel that this is where I need to be to make ends meet… Maybe I need to re-think the bigger picture… What about you, Tiffany? If failure was impossible, what would you do?


    • Love your comment and am glad that it made you think. I actually got this in an e-mail this morning from The Daily Love and decided to share it. I suppose that if I knew that failure was impossible, I would worry a whole lot less! I would also homeschool my kids which is something that I really know in my heart that I want to/should do but I am afraid that I won’t give them the best or that somehow it won’t work out. Autumn just finished her last day of grade one yesterday and is totally dead set on homeschooling for the next grade. I just always think that I need all of these plans and resources and want it to be perfect but I know that I should just start and take it one day at a time. If I knew that failure were impossible, I would relax a lot more and enjoy each day more fully.


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