What are the kinds of questions that can only be asked upon reflection? That’s something you may not have thought about before. There are many types of questions, but some cannot be answered until you’ve had time to think about what has happened in your life. Here are a few examples:
1) What do I want to do with my life?
2) How much money do I need to live on for the rest of my life?
3) Why am I unhappy all the time?
Asking yourself difficult questions that you may never have thought to ask before can seem daunting, but it’s important as a person who has lived life and experienced things firsthand. This article will explore some types of questions that only make sense once you’ve had time to reflect on what has happened in your own life so far.
what kind of question can only be asked upon reflection, the type of questions that cannot be answered until you’ve had time to think about what has happened in your life.
This article will explore some types of questions that only make sense once you’ve had time to reflect on what has happened in your own life so far. The first section is entitled “What do I want to do with my life?” And it’s important for everyone who wants a future and plans for their next phase or chapter, but have no idea what they actually want out of this stage yet. It may not seem worth thinking about now when there are still many more years ahead, but these days start getting shorter as we age it’s a wonder what we regret at the end of our lives when it comes to career or life decisions.
The second section is entitled “What are my character flaws?” Honestly, no one likes hearing about their own shortcomings but they’re an important part of who we are and how those around us react to us whether in relationships with friends and family members or coworkers. It’s not easy for anyone- including ourselves- to look back on our past actions through the lens of hindsight; however this can be taken as a positive opportunity for growth.”
Which ones do I want to improve or change? How will I know if they’re improving or changing as time goes on? Which past actions should I revisit and reconsider the consequences in order to better move forward into the future? What is one thing that stands out about a big event, achievement, relationship, etc. from my life so far…and why does it stand out for me now?”
How did something major happen during this period-what could have made things go differently for myself and those around me…? If you were given an opportunity to start over again with your knowledge today, would you make any changes in how you’ve handled certain relationships? What does it mean to be a friend, partner, spouse, sibling- do I have the same expectations for myself as what others expect of me?”
What is my definition of success? Am I on track with achieving this goal or will I need to reassess and change course in order to get there?”
How can moments from one’s past shape future decisions about family life-what are some examples when you chose your current relationship because that person reminded you of an earlier love or vice versa? How has past experience shaped who we became today.”
“If we were given just one question upon reflection at the end of our lives what would it be? What kinds questions can only be asked upon reflection?”
To answer these questions, I would need to reflect on what my values and priorities are in life. What is important for me? Do they match up with what’s most important for others?”
“What sorts of things do we take meaning from-to us it may be our kids or spouse but can you imagine someone who has devoted their entire lives to a religious community that tells them this will bring the ultimate happiness.”
Only by reflecting can I answer some of these questions because there are so many variables involved in answering any one question such as where am i now vs. where was I when happened,” said Dr. Fredrickson. “Reflection allows us to see how time changes perspective.”
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what are the types of questions that can only be asked upon reflection?
how is this reflected in Dr. Fredrickson’s quote about time changing perspective?
What kind of question can only be answered after reflecting on your life priorities and values?”
Do you agree with Dr. Fredrickson when she says “Only by reflecting can I answer some of these questions because there are so many variables involved in answering any one question such as where am i now vs. where was I when happened,” said Dr. Fredrickson”? Why or why not? What other benefits do people get from thinking deeply about their lives, events, memories, etc.?
“Reflection allows us to value what we have done, but also see how what we do now will shape who we become in the future.”
What are some of the benefits people get from reflecting on their lives and events?
“it allows us to more deeply understand our motivations” – Dr. Fredrickson
“It can help you clarify values that guide your life’s purpose and goals for the future”– Dr. Fredrickson