Deep Questions

Deep Questions To Ask Yourself, A Friend, Someone

Our life is exactly what we make it. We are products of our own creation. The life we live today is a result of thoughts and actions in our lives yesterday.

We may be tempted to ask ourselves some deep questions when we reach a point of time in our life when knowing the answers to those important questions will help us greatly in the future or influence how we live our lives from that moment on.

The questions I am sharing with you today are those deep questions that will help you understand yourself much better, as well as enable you to diversify your ways of thinking on popular topics which will impact your life and the road ahead.



These thought provoking questions will certainly usher in some new perspective and change the ways in which you ordinarily think during traditional, everyday situations.

It is important for you to ask these questions to yourself. But is is equally important to ask these questions to your friends and loved ones with whom you spend most of your time every single day of your life.

Accept these deep questions as a challenging activity, and answering each of them will teach you some great lessons and gives you numerous hours of interesting thoughts and daydreams. Such questions can enable us to decipher the true meanings of life and love, besides throwing us into an endless tunnel of self-exploration and daydreams.



Deep Questions List

Is it easier to ask a deep question to someone else or to yourself? Why?

What does happiness mean? Can you define real happiness?

If you had to move to a distant land without your friends and family, would you do it?

What are some things that you wished people knew about you?

What are yours thoughts on Karma, and do you believe in it?

Can you define true love in a minute or less?

Do you automatically lose at hide and seek if you are having a mid-life crisis and simply cannot find yourself?

Can monkeys really be our ancestors, since we have evolved so much, and they don't seem to have?

Are you working hard to achieve something big in your life or are you just going with the flow and leaving it all to chance?

Does the Universe have a boundary or a fence surrounding it?

Do you believe that live after death is possible?



What are 5 things that give you complete peace of mind? And how do they give you that mental peace?

What makes it so hard to break away from things or people that we care about dearly?

What is the real source of eternal happiness on this planet, and why?

For a relationship to last, what are the 3 most important things needed?

If you had to give up 1 year of your life to give a few hours more to live to a dead person who you really cared about, what would you do?

If this is the only life a person has got, then why does one let go of all those things and people that they really care about?

What are the common reasons you have for breaking up with someone you are in a relationship with?

What are some things that you are really scared of losing?

Where do you think you will be 10 years from now?

How does love at first sight really happen, and why does it happen? Do you believe in love at first sight?

What are some of the important things you have gathered along the way?

There are some things that every person tries so hard to ignore in this world, what are the reasons for ignoring something in the first place?

What is the purpose of your life? Why are you really alive?

What are the 5 most beautiful things in the world, and why?


Which was an incident in your life that totally changed the way you think today?

Can an atheist really believe in life after death or in reincarnation?

Do you consider yourself to be a religious person? Kindly state your answers for the same beyond a simple Yes or No?

What are the 3 main reasons for your existence on this earth today?

Can you find a way to understand the difference between one's ego and self-respect?

They say that if you love someone then you must set them free. Then why does love turn into such a deep binding force?

Is it more difficult to tell a person you love how you feel by looking into their eyes or looking into their own eyes when that person says they love you and you don't love that person back the same way?

Does our body travel somewhere after we die? And if it does, then where does it really go?

Do you love someone out of habit alone? Do you just love a person because you got so used to them being around?

What would you do if you had to choose between your own principles or making profit the wrong way?

Is developing your own personality more important that developing the community in which you live in?

What are the reasons for you to be born into this wide open world?

Who would you call if there was a fire on an express train you are on, and you had just enough time to make one last final call to someone out there?

What inspires you, what really makes you tick? What are your reasons for your answer?

What is the reason for there being something rather than nothing?

Why do we have time or follow time in this world, can't we just live without a watch or clock anymore?

How would you like people to remember you when you don't exist in this world anymore?

Is it really worth dying for someone that you love, or is it better to live for them and enjoy their presence forever?

Why can only 2 people fall in love with each other, why can't 4, 5, 6 or 12 people fall in love with each other? Why just a couple and not a triple, quadruple or more?

If you had to choose between true love (with guarantees of a broken heart) or no love at all, what would you choose and why?

Is it more difficult to say that you love a person (to their face) or to say that you don't love that person (to their face)?

Do you know when or how to find "the one" or are you still not able to tell?

If you got into an argument with your best friend over your lover when they aren't around, would you stand up for your lover?

Is there any real reason for you to wake up and get out of bed in the morning?

If love truly is an universal emotion then why are kids who love each other not allowed to go out on romantic dates?

How difficult would it be for you to tell someone how you really feel about them, even though it was really difficult for you to tell them so?

Do you believe that a spirit and soul exists even after you die and are cremated or buried?

If you had to take a strong stance against someone you dearly care about, would you do it even if it meant losing the person?

When do you know that you really know? And how do you come to know that you know?

Is there really heaven and hell, what are your thoughts on it?

Why did God create a world with boundaries and disparities, could he not have changed all that when he created this world?

Where does a person really go after they die?

Do you think that your personal development can be hampered by your attitude being so idealistic?

These are all the deep questions I can share with you at the moment. I hope you enjoy asking them to yourself and other people you may know. You can ask these questions to people who you consider your friends, and to those whom you really care about and trust. Some questions may be considered personal so it is purely up to you to decide whether you should go around asking them to anyone or everyone. Above all, have fun learning more about yourself and others during this entire questioning process. Have a great life ahead!

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