What If My Body Was Perfect….

I love to ask the “what if” question.
What if the world was different?
What if we thought about the world in a different way?
What if I decided to change the way the world thinks?
I like the thought-provoking what if questions:
• If you had only 24 hours to live, what would you do?
• If a classmate asked you for the answer to a question during an exam while the teacher was not looking, what would you do?
• If someone’s underwear was showing, would you tell them?
• If the whole world were listening, what would you say?
• If one song were to describe your life, what song would it be?
• If you bumped your car into another car, but nobody saw you do it, would you leave your name and address?
• If you could ask God any one question, what would it be?
• If you could be a bird, what would you choose to be?
• If you could be a plant, what would you choose to be?
And the silly ones, too:
Why doesn’t McDonald’s sell hotdogs?
At a movie theater which arm rest is yours?
What is Satan’s last name?
Why do doctors leave the room when you change? They’re going to see you naked anyway.
Where does the toetag go on a dead person if they don’t have toes?
If you’re driving a federal owned car, and you run a stop sign, is it considered a felony?
I found a great new blog that highlights lots of fun what if questions. Check it out:
What’s up with “what if?”
After all, eating disorders are one big “what if” game.
“What if I were thinner?”
“What if I stopped eating this or that?”
“What if I exercise this much?”
“What if I throw up just for today?”
What would happen if we changed our what if questions and used them to start thinking differently?
What would you ask yourself?

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