Quiz: Answer These Existential Q's To Reveal Your Purpose In Life

Who is to say who you will truly be, take this quiz and find out from me!

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 Jun 10, 2018
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Question: 1/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Do people have a right to be happy or should they have to earn it?
They have the right but you still have to work hard to be happy
They have the right
They should have to earn it

Question: 2/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What would you genetically change about humans to make them a better species?
I would not genetically change humans
Their physical abilities
Their mind

Question: 3/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What is the prettiest view?
Natural Landscapes
Sunrise/ Sunset
Cities and architecture

Question: 4/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Do you think the end or the means is more important?
The means
They're both important but the end justifies the means
The end

Question: 5/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What is the universal language?
Body language
English
A language that does not exist yet

Question: 6/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Will we be punished for our sins?
Yes, after we die
Maybe, but I don't live assuming that will happen
No, there is no afterlife

Question: 7/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What’s our biggest mistake?
Putting work before people
Overlooking people because of their status
Thinking we have more time

Question: 8/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What is the most important part in a healthy relationship?
Attraction
Respect
Communication

Question: 9/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


How do we know if we’re doing the right thing?
There is no way to know
If it is causing us to be successful
If it is helping other people

Question: 10/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Are we in control of our lives?
Yes, but they are predetermined
No, they were planned out before we were born
Yes, we can chose are destiny

Question: 11/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Are we all equal?
Yes, every life is worth the same amount
No, some people are better than others
Yes, but I value the lives of my loved ones over strangers

Question: 12/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Is life unfair?
Yes, inherently so
It is but it doesn't have to be
Not for me

Question: 13/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Can people change?
People change without even meaning to
Inherently, no they are good or bad
Yes, people can make an effort to change

Question: 14/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Why are some people mean?
They don't have enough love in their life
They have low self esteem
They think they are more important than you or are jealous of you

Question: 15/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


What is most important in life?
Money
Love
Fame

Question: 16/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Is there something more to life?
Nope, just what we are living
I feel like there is but I don't know what it is
The afterlife

Question: 17/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Is what we perceive different than what others perceive?
Yes, things like color can be seen differently for different people
No, we all see the same things
Yes, we view things differently based on our lived experiences

Question: 18/18Pick the answer you most identify with!


Is life real?
Yes and so are the people I love
We are brains in a vat
It is as real as you make it
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Existentialism is a tradition of philosophical inquiry associated mainly with certain 19th and 20th-century European philosophers who, despite profound doctrinal differences, shared the belief that philosophical thinking begins with the human subject—not merely the thinking subject, but the acting, feeling, living human individual. Sartre claimed that a central proposition of Existentialism is that existence precedes essence, which means that the most important consideration for individuals is that they are individuals—independently acting and responsible, conscious beings ("existence")—rather than what labels, roles, stereotypes, definitions, or other preconceived categories the individuals fit. While the predominant value of existentialist thought is commonly acknowledged to be freedom, its primary virtue is authenticity. In the view of the existentialist, the individual's starting point is characterized by what has been called "the existential attitude", or a sense of disorientation, confusion, or dread in the face of an apparently meaningless or absurd world. However, purpose is the opposite of this and we want to help you find yours with questions philosophers used to help get across the lack of purpose they found in the world. Answer questions like: Do people have a right to be happy or should they have to earn it? What would you genetically change about humans to make them a better species? Do you think the end or the means is more important? What is the most important part in a healthy relationship? Is what we perceive different than what others perceive? And more to determine your life’s purpose!