Saturday, January 10, 2009


Have you ever stopped to think and forgot to start again?

Is it possible to think of Nothing?

If you think your indecisive how can you be sure?

Is it true that someone who thinks logically is a nice contrast to the real world?

Is a conclusion simply the place where you got tired of thinking?

Why do a great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices?

What would happen if you had two half baked ideas at the same time?

If great minds really think alike then what makes them so great?

If you could really think of and do absolutely nothing for a moment where would you be at that percise moment? And would you know it?

How do we know if we're thinking straight?

How do we know if it's later than we think?

Would you have to think twice before giving something a second thought?

If we all thought alike then would any of us be really thinking?

Why is it that no matter if we think we can do it or we think we can't we're right?

Why must everything require thought?

How can you think out loud?

How deep does a thought have to be to be a deep thought?

Once a thought has crossed your mind where does it go? And where was it before?

Do brainstorms come with thunder and lightning?

Isn't Public Opinion just what people think other people are thinking?

Does anyone ever stop to think that maybe just maybe this question is totally pointless?

Why is it that when you are trying to think of something you can't but when you don't want to think of something you can't get it out of your mind?

If your mind is stretched by a new idea does it ever regain its original dimensions?

Why has someone else always thought of it first?

Don't you think that if everybody thinks nobody rules yet if somebody rules the rest are not permitted to think?

Wasn't it common sense that led people to believe the world was flat?

Does thought depend on language?

Why is it that the harder you try to think the more difficult it is?

Before Columbus' discovery why did mankind think the Earth was flat? Doesn't the Bible in Isaiah 40-22 state that the Earth is a sphere?

If two people look at each other and both say at the same time 'Are you thinking what I'm thinking?' then isn't the answer yes?

Will you always come to a conclusion if you jump to one?

If you come to a conclusion where have you been? And did you make a left turn or a right turn?

 When you jump to conclusions where do you take off from? Where do you land? How long are you in the air? How far off the ground do you have to get? And are you going for distance or height?

Where do conclusions begin? And can they be continued?

Why are the worst or stupidest ideas always the most popular?

How does one 'pay attention'? Any do they accept Visa?

Don't you think that a hunch is just creativity trying to tell you something?

Don't you think that strength in any belief usually comes from the weakness in reasoning?

Isn't an idle mind the best way to relax?

Why do people scratch their heads when they are thinking hard?

What if you thought a thought, but the thought you thought wasn't the thought that you thought you thought?

Who actually thinks these questions up?

If someone else has already thought about it first, then does that mean that we can honestly say we have run out of new ideas?

If you forgot what you were trying to forget about while trying to remember what you were trying to forget, how do you know if you forgot it or not?

Don't you agree that many of todays open minds should be closed for repairs?

Is it on your mind, or is your mind on it?

If you need to think before acting, what comes before the act of thinking?

Shouldn't we live as we think? Otherwise, won't we end up by thinking as we have lived?

If you thought a thought, but the thought you thought you thought wasn't the thought you thought, was the thought you thought the thought you thought or the thought you thought you thought?

Doesn't every good thought you think contribute its share to the ultimate result of your life?

What is the ultimate question? And what is the answer?

Have you ever wondered what people are thinking while you're talking to them?

What is the normal thought process? And who decided it was a normal process? What about all the people who have very disorganized thoughts? And who decided that thoughts need to be organized anyway?

Does your train of thought have a caboose?

If crisis leads to creativity, how come creativity leads to crisis?

When we refer to someone as thinking politically, do we mean they decide upon the conclusion first and then find good arguments for it?

Isn't it true that if you think something bad is going to happen every day, eventually you will be right?

If you're going to be thinking anyway, why not think big?

Have you every stopped to think how humans think?

How do animals think? In colour? In black and white? In words? And how would we know?

If we thought, did our brain go thunk?

How do you know you forgot? If you know you knew it then why can't you remember it?

Isn't it better to master the mind than be mastered by mind?

If we knew the answers to all these questions, then life just wouldn't be interesting, would it? Don't we always need something to ponder on?

If you forget about something and remember it later, then shouldn't you say you didn't RECALL something instead of forgot?

How can you hear yourself think?

If you stop to think about when you first started thinking, would you ever find out when you had your first thought?

How come some people can think creatively better in the shower than they can at their desk?

Is it alright to say exactly what you think if you have learned to think exactly?

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