The New York Times estimates that the average American knows about 600 people. You become like the people you are around. Location can be very important. We spend time moving from one spot to the next. Each day we complete many tasks without thinking about why we have a scheduled routine. These questions may bring back memories or create future change in habits. You may not have an answer to all of these questions. Some of the answers may be yourself or God. There are no right or wrong answers. Every question you ask or think about is valuable.
Who do you wish were still alive?
Who makes you laugh?
Who is the most joyful?
Where do you put your keys?
Where is the best sky line?
Where do you show the most kindness?
When do you eat a cake?
When do you open your windows?
When do you give someone a hug?