What thought-provoking questions can you ask your friends to make them think? The answer is in this blog post! This article shares 65 thought-provoking questions that will get your brain going and inspire new ideas.
These thought-provoking questions are perfect for dinner conversations, debates, and games. They’re designed to help you explore different perspectives on topics such as love, family, life goals, and more.
1. What is your definition of love?
2. What is the thought that woke you up this morning?
3. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
4. What is your favorite book and why?
5. If you were the main character of a story, what would your name be?
6. What do you think is the most important event in human history and why
7. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
8. Are there any words or phrases that offend or bother you because of their use in society today?
9. How would others describe me to a stranger if I were not in the room with them right now?
10. What is the best thing that ever happened to you?
11. What thought makes you happy every time it occurs to you?
12. Do people consider you a good friend, and why or why not?
13. If you were given $100 right now what would be your first thought on how you should spend it?
14. What are the qualities you admire in other people?
15. If one of your friends had a secret, what do you think it would be about?
16. Do people ever really change or are they just going through phases of being themselves throughout their lives?
17. What thought-provoking questions can you ask your friends to make them think?
18. If you could be any living person for one day, who would it be and why?
19. Who is the most interesting person in the world that you should know more about?
20. How has technology changed our lives and our jobs?
21. Do people who are rich deserve the money they have more than anyone else does because of hard work and risk-taking?
22. Do you believe in the idea of karma and how it balances out our past, present, and future actions with intent or consequences?
23. If someone had complete control over what you thought, felt, and did all day long for one year, what would it be like?
24. Is there anything you regret from your childhood?
25. Are we all living out our destinies or do we have free will to make decisions about our own lives?
26. Would a world without poverty be possible if everyone donated 1% of their income to charity each year?
27. How do you define success?
28.What is the best advice your parents ever gave you?
29. Whose perspective on a subject would be good for you to explore?
30. If there was a button that would give everyone on earth $200,000 with the push of a button, should it be pushed?
31. What do you believe is most important in raising children: love or discipline and rules?
32. Do you agree with the thought that we are all born creative, but schools kill creativity?
33. If there was a button on your phone and if pushed it would eliminate everyone’s feelings of love or sadness for one year (that feeling is gone), should this button be pushed?
34. Is there a thought that you have been thinking about but are afraid to share with anyone?
35. What questions would you ask yourself in the mirror every day?
36. Which character from your favorite book would be most like yourself and why (or who do you think is the opposite of yourself)?
37. What was the last thing that made you cry?
38. Do you believe in ghosts or spirits?
39. What is one of the most difficult things about being a parent?
40. If you could be an animal, what would it be and why?
41. If money were no object, what would your life look like right now?
42. If you could change anything about your life, what would it be and why?
43. What thought do people seem to forget a lot in their day-to-day lives that they should remember more often?
45. What is the best example of something we are all deeply afraid of but pretending not to be for social acceptance or for some other reason?
46. What thought can you not stop thinking about and why do you think this thought is so hard to shake off?
47. If a person had one skill they could learn in their lifetime, what would it be and why?
48. Is there any significant event from the last year that we should all remember as a group?
49. What is the most interesting thought that has ever entered your mind and why?
50. If you had to give up one of your five senses, which would it be and why?
51. How does a thought become an action or feeling what makes a thought an action?
52. What do you believe is the most difficult decision anyone has to make in life and why?
53. What would your perfect day look like?
54. If you were allowed one use of a time machine, what would you go back in time to change or stop from happening and why?
55. Is it possible to be free of thought?
56. Do you think a thought is a product of the mind or does thought create the mind?
57. What do you believe that no one can be completely happy without no matter what they have in life?
58. Is thought an illusion created by our language-based minds to interpret and make sense out of all information we receive from the outside world?
59.What do you miss most about your hometown?
60. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
61. If you could have a conversation with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and what would you talk about?
62. How do you feel about being alone for an extended period of time
63. What’s your favorite word that nobody else seems to know about
64. On a scale of one to ten, how happy are you with where life has taken you so far?
65.” If I could go back and change anything, would the world be a better place?” If yes, what thought or action would it be?
How many of these questions have you thought about before? Which ones have made the most impact on your life? What are some thoughts or ideas that came to mind as a result of reading through this list?
We hope you found these questions as thought-provoking as we did, and that they help you uncover some new insights about yourself!