For me, the main role of literature is not only to philosophize about the human experiment but to represent a view of the universe as a whole. So, as a part of the book that I'm currently writing, I'm collecting what people think about deep subjects. So please tell me what you think about life, the universe, and everything! Keep in mind, no judgements, only curious and genuine discussion.
Here's some questions to consider if you need help. Pick something that interests you and run with it:
1. What do you think happened before the big bang? Has the universe always been here, or was it created, or did it spontaneously come about?
2. Do you think there's anything beyond what we can ever understand? Is attempting to grasp such a thing a worthy pursuit?
3. What is the most important thing in your life? What would you die for? What would you live for?
4. Are humans generally good or generally bad? Or are they neutral until their environment shapes them?
5. Do you think free will exists? If so, where does it come from, considering both nature (genetics) and nurture (environment) are usually understood as deterministic? If not, do you think we can ever make peace with not having free will?
6. Why do you think that people usually shy away from deep questions and existential worries, considering that they are a natural part of life?
Really, anything you want to talk about is cool. Just tell me what is important for your understanding of things