Why are we allowing our technology to cause us to avoid having a real, live conversation with another human being?
Why are the very best moments in life usually unplanned?
Why is there such a leadership vacuum in our federal government?
Why are comedians more insightful than preachers?
Why are Christians better at pointing out the “world’s sin” than their own?
Why do governmental programs so often evoke the “Law of Unintended Consequences”?
Why does it feel so good to get away and so good to come back home?
Why does higher education cost so much, take so long, and not necessarily lead to a job?
Why is the social service sector so “siloed” and disjointed?
Why do companies devote so much energy to sales and so little to service?
Why are entertainers usually liberals and business people usually conservatives?
Why are people with the most valuable insight so seldom asked for their opinions?
Why do we usually “help” people without ever getting to know them or understanding their goals?
Why do grandchildren make us so giddy and goofy?
Why do our moods change so quickly?
Why do we defer our dreams and passions?
Why does only the slightest positive or negative remark have such an effect on us?
Why is common sense so uncommon?