What topic of conversation do you consider boring?
How do you think the American family will change over the next 25 years?
If you wrong someone, how do you apologize?
Which member of your extended family are you closest to?
What is your definition of wealthy?
What creeps you out?
What would you want your epitaph to say?
What was the last thing you complained about?
Where would you like to go that is "off the beaten bath"?
Metaphorically speaking, what is the most important tool in your tool box?
When have you been unable to say "I love you too"?
When in your life have you been humbled?
In what ways are you a philosopher?
Have you ever loved someone you have not met?
Who is someone that you are sorry that you disrespected?
What is the difference between being wealthy and being rich?
Would you rather be hungry or thirsty?
What is the most valuable thing in your life?
What do you love the smell of?
When have you had an enlightening moment?
What is something that is widely available yet underappreciated?
What patterns in your life would you like to break?
Who was the last person you had to forgive?
When have you performed for a crowd?
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It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own self-interest. We address ourselves, not to their humanity but to their self-love, and never talk to them of our own neccessities but of their advantages. - Adam Smith