Questions about life will be answered in the order received; thank you for your patience, we are experiencing a higher than normal call volume and we appreciate your understanding. Did you know that questions about life can be answered online? Simply go to inthescript.com and – wait, you’re here. Hello.
Did you know that the above paragraph was (technically still ‘is’) sarcasm?
You will see a lot of that here because sarcasm is my defense mechanism.
I like to think of sarcasm as respectful lying.
You can think of sarcasm as the wall between us.
If sarcasm offends you, go away.
If sarcasm is new to you or you enjoy it, or you have honest questions about life – please stay here and keep reading. All sarcasm aside, my intent on this website is to divulge a great deal of depth into the topic of life.
You will notice that you have not encountered a list of questions on this page. I mention this because vague questions generate vague answers… or more questions.
When you ask a vague question such as “What is the meaning of life?” the primal reaction for most people is to provide an answer.
Problem is most people don’t have a genuine answer for the meaning of life.
This is why you will encounter a lot of lists online. Lists of questions are the illusion of depth. Unless you are conversing with someone, a static list of questions blindly leads you nowhere. If you do arrive somewhere it is because you brought yourself there.
You have questions about life.
I have an answer.
Regardless your questions about life, my one answer fits.
Ask anything now… go ahead… ask.
Here is your answer:
It’s in the script.
This one answer seems too simple to answer questions about life.
Your definition of script is important here.
For now, let us use this definition…
Script : a sequence of instructions that is interpreted or carried out.
Interpreted OR carried out.
The potential here is with your intent.
Do you want questions or examples?
Examples it is.
Here is where I learned to ask questions about life without reaching dead ends.
Here is the origin of In The Script.