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People can easily cheer me up and make me smile, but also make me angry or furious.
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Question Analysis for July 29

  1. What is the most pleasant color shade?

My favorite color is green, so for me, basically any green shade would be “the most pleasant” color shade. But I’m thinking about something… usually the deep and saturated shades arouse reviving emotions and encourage some activity, while the soft tones make us calm and relaxed. Therefore, I would choose the soft blue shade. I’m just imaging some seashore and all those cute white coastal houses with wooden blinds painted in blue… So calming and also romantic.

  1. "I am a very creative person, whenever I have an opportunity, I show it"

Personally, always. I’m always trying to be unique in anything I do: organizing and decorating parties, making presents, decorating my home… I will choose this option and hope others will do the same.

  1. When making important decisions, you usually rely on ...

My intuition and sense are the things that lead me, though I often consult people close to me, especially if that decision affects them as well.

  1. Your friends and family members are likely to describe you as a person ...

Definitely as emotion-driven! I believe they will all agree on this. Now, we will see if that’s going to be the majority’s answer.

  1. Do you often change your mood?

Having said that I’m an emotion-driven person (yes, they are absolutely right about this), it goes without saying that I’m changing my mood often. People can easily cheer me up and make me smile, but also make me angry or furious.

  1. Are people kind by nature?

I think no. Kindness is something people learn for life, as well as meanness and aggression. It’s something we learn from our parents, from our environment. It’s not something we are born with.

  1. Why are we here?

I have never really thought about it, but I guess we all have different purpose in this world.

  1. Does life have a meaning?

Yes, it does. But it’s not the same for everyone. Each person has their own definition and understanding of the meaning of life. That is why we say someone “is doing everything wrong” or “he dedicated his life to stupid things”. They are not doing it wrong; they are just doing it differently from us. We all have different priorities.

  1. Does a person with free will have the opportunity to avoid his own choice?

Interesting and confusing question. But once I read this option, avoiding one’s choice is also a choice, I knew what my answer would be. I think this option answers this question the best.

  1. Is our universe real?

Yes, it is. At least the tiny part we have explored so far.

  1. Who decides what is moral and what is immoral?

Each person should decide for himself. Its our own life and we should determine our own limits. Still, in many cases it’s the society that decides what is moral and what is not. This is, however, discriminatory for many people.

  1. Do people have a soul?

Yes, they have. Though many lose it on the way.

  1. Your best quality:

It’s rather immodest to answer this question. I’m just going to pick a random option.

  1. Coffee cookies or coffee?

First coffee, then cookies. I wouldn’t mind to have them both.

  1. What do you think about the phrase "Big fish eats small fish"?

Basically, if the small fish unite, they can beat the big fish. No one is unstoppable.

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