Questions, Questions, Questions…

I may as well make my next 3 rushed posts the same topic. that way I’ll be forced to dis-inhibit myself or I can just make a post on exercises that will help with that. I’m quite good at developing ideas I just need to put them down first. For that sake, this may have an obnoxious theme grammatically I should probably also stop apologizing for myself in advance; I’ll make a post about that, and maybe also do a grammar and writing course, if I can find something on creative punctuation and how I can better use the semicolon. I wrote all of these in somewhat quick succession in one sitting. (well 3 I got up to drink once and to go to the bathroom another time.)

  1. Would people understand me If I used obsolete grammatical devices (my obsession with the semicolon) for the sake of more specific communication, Is the specificity worth it, can I influence or encourage further uses of these tools, would memes help…
  2. Why did I ask for someone’s opinion on the structure of this post, is it okay for me to do a full week of “questions questions questions” posts with different punctuation, why am I asking an audience which never answers, should I work to increase the size of my audience or should I hope to develop an audience of only the people who seek this type of thing out or are drawn to what I produce, should I try to manipulate people into liking more of this content, is that how pop culture events work through familiarity and such…
  3. Am I actually thinking in commas, does it hurt the communication of my ideas or in this case thoughts, is it just a (for lack of a better term) a softer stop than the period, what makes ideas different from thoughts, can you tell the difference between passive ideas that come to you and things you worked on after you’ve (I’ve) already claimed them…
  4. Can I get away with fewer entries to this list as a result of length, am I just listing a series of thoughts that I brought about on purpose, Is this active thinking or passive thinking, does putting my thought out make them more real, what is active and passive thinking, am I using terms I don’t understand, why did I want to end this list early, I’m not that adverse to working am I, and would this even constitute work, this entry seems pointless how can I change that…
  5. What is the difference between putting personal thought, dreams, and fantasies out and speaking in text, aam I sharing my thoughts through this or just giving them more form, do you still read these as questions is it the question word at the beginning of the sentence or the question mark (lack thereof in this case) that makes something sound like a question, do we read the tone of words before sounding them out, do we read words but not speak them out to ourselves in our head until w see the punctuation at the end of the sentence or do we look to the end of the sentence before reading it out…
  6. Am I interesting, why would seeing the thought process of someone else be of interest to a human being, do we like perspective, are we amused by the insanity of others, are we biologically engineered (aka evolved too) to seek out and train empathy in order o better survive as a social species, is my clarification of what I mean by certain terms a means of putting my own thoughts in boxes for myself or am I only doing it because I’m writing this out…
  7. Is thinking hard, or is it just hard to start thinking about a certain subject, are my words flowing onto paper because I have practiced doing this or because I feel hungry to communicate and want to share my ideas in order to feel more valuable, how many of my ideas here are real, am I taking enough risks so that I make enough mistakes that asking questions regarding will turn this creative, is trying to be creative an exercise in futility…
  8. Why is it so hard to start learning something, is ignorance of a certain subject an element of our self-identification, no I don’t do that type of thing, or does it take effort we haven’t justified to ourselves as something important, does telling ourselves that something is important effective, how would you (I) make something important to learn and to understand how would it seem like a step towards a goal and not a chore to do along the way, what habits have people who keep learning developed that motivates them and allows for them to continue searching for information without getting bored or distracted…
  9. Is it best to end on a high note do I run out of ideas by the time I reach the end that it makes my whole post look worse, do I lose something, or am I most creative once I am out of ideas and have to work to come up with them, why am I so focused on myself when writing this, how can I get this entry back onto topic. Okay, Take a deep breath, Is it the first entry that is most important should I move my best entry to the beginning of the post in order to get people to read all the way through, or will it cause disappointment that causes people to identify less positive experiences with reading my posts…
  10. How does our body digest water and why does it use so much of it, do we make it into bold and sweet and tears why does so much of it seem to disappear into our bodies, why is my perspective so skied on this, is it that I drink water in large seeming lakes and all the methods in which we secret water seems to be in small amounts at a time (excluding large amounts of sweat of course), shouldn’t we have evolved in order to be able to calculate or see how much water we consume and with a sense of how much is excreted so that we always consume more, would it be better motivation than thirst…

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