Which pre-pandemic activities are you ready to resume (or have you already resumed)? Which, if any, pre-virus activities are you likely to continue to avoid? My city is in lockdown for the next two weeks since we had a recent rise in Covid-19 cases. Even if restrictions are lifted ater a fortnight, I personally feel that we will need to follow lockdown precautions for the … Continue reading FPQ 74 – Back to normal?
What is your super power? What is the largest obstacle to using your super power?Assume you are a real-life superhero. If I were a superhero, cape and all, I would choose my power very carefully. I would make sure that my power would be to the utmost benefit to myself and to others. To this end, a good superpower would be the ability to change the … Continue reading FPQ 69 If I were a superhero…..
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If people find typos or grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or usage errors in your posts, do you welcome having them pointed out to you, or do you resent it. As a blogger do you let people know about such mistakes or do you just let them go? I feel that you keep learning until your last breath. If you think you know everything, that is … Continue reading FPQ #51 — How brave are you?
Would you be willing to give up everything you have if you could go back and start your life all over again? Why or why not? Starting life all over again: a clean slate or a new chance. Tbis sounds so attractive. What would I do if I had my life to do over? I would make a plan and stick to it. My days … Continue reading FPQ # 50 — A Fresh Start
Do you think technological singularity will occur? If so, what time frame do you think it will happen in and how will it impact humanity? Alternatively, do you think or care at all about the potential for reaching singularity? This question has been asked by blogger Fandango. He explains the concept of technological singularity: “There are those who believe that technological advancement a net positive, … Continue reading FPQ 47 # Man VS Machine
Has using a telephone for making calls become obsolete? For those of you who grew up without the internet or smartphones, is calling and speaking with people on the phone still important? For those of you who grew up only using smartphones, is it necessary to call anyone anymore? Yesterday I received a phone call from a dear friend. This is a friend with whom … Continue reading Telephone Calls — F P Q #46
What do you believe, when it comes to people’s traits and personalities? Are they primarily formed and shaped by nature or by nurture, as defined above? What about your personality? Nature or nurture? Please elaborate. The debate of whether nature or nurture determines the outcome or final result of a person’s trait or characteristics is a very old one. This issue has been analysed by … Continue reading F P Q #43 Nature VS Nurture
Do you feel that in today’s world — and perhaps in the part of the world in which you live — the freedom to articulate and express opinions and ideas without fear of retaliation, censorship, or legal sanction is being threatened? Throughout history it has been the practice of those in power to control the freedom of expression of those less powerful. Autocrats and dictators … Continue reading FPQ#42 Freedom of Expression
Today’s FPQ posed by Fandango is a quote from author Zadie Smith “The past is always tense, the future perfect.” Fandango elaborates on this quote by saying that we sometimes have a negative perception of the past . I beg to differ. Most people have a selective memory of the past and remember it as being better than it actually was. You can find literature … Continue reading FPQ#41: “The past is always tense, the future perfect.”