Question for May 16, 2010

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Edge Question of the Week:
You can select one person from history and ask them a question to which they must give a truthful reply. Whom would you select, and what question would you ask?


COMMENTS

William Ricci:
I would ask Albert Einstein if religion and science can truly exist within the same realm of reality.

Doug Crandall:
Hmmm, If I could pick one person from ‘his-story’, I’d have to say the it would be a “future” me. The question I’d ask is what advice would me give me to let me know that everything is Okay right now? A reminder, perhaps, to help when this world sometimes seems like its too hard to deal with.

Jess Fauchier:
I would ask Jesus if he is god, or if he is a prophet like Abraham and Moses

Sandi Carlton:
I would ask Abraham Lincoln, “how much did your wife influence your politics and choices you made in your presidency?”

James E Surratt:
My question would be to JFK. Who shot you?

Tony:
My question would be directed to one of the Master guides of the spiritual realm. One who assists in the planning of entering an earthly life. The question: Do we really understand why we came into this reality just before we pass over and is that the reason we pass?

Cathy Jacobsen:
Dear Mr. Franklin…. Did you see all of this coming?
“When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”
– Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790), Poor Richard’s Almanac.

Desiree de Angelise:
Years ago, many, now Chief Seattle and his “Letter” discussing “The Web of Life” (Moyers/Campbell–The Power of Myth and children’s book). Chief Seattle, you show an awareness of the sacred beyond “ownership” and yet in today’s world technologies offer us global connections which most of us don’t want to lose. Question: How can we find ways acknowledging your and our world and time so that the sacred meets and blends with global connection in a balance which enhances both?

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