What does he or she feel is most important in life? But it's not just what we think about that matters, but also how we think about what we think about.In fact, I'd go so far as to argue that the “how” matters more than the “what.”The first driving force behind our thoughts and actions are our emotions.
Now, there are still individuals who are mainly driven by their emotions, by instinct or with little reasoning, and those who are mainly driven by logic.
If you're a very logical person, being with someone who is purely driven by emotion may not work.
This is not to say he or she can't learn to be more logical, but whether or not you're willing to take that chance is up to you.
First dates are always a little bit uncomfortable because you're meeting someone new for the first time.
Even if it's not the first time you've bumped into each other, it most likely is the first time you're actually going to get to know each other. People are almost always on the defensive on first dates; they aren't super willing to open up to you because they don't trust you yet, which makes asking some of the more personal questions difficult.
You could ask her if you really want to know the answer, but you aren't sure if it's actually okay to.
Thankfully, there’s a way to get to know someone on a deep level without forcefully doing so. Here's a list of four questions you should ask on your next first date (or on any date, for that matter).
In the grand scheme of the universe, our existence is barely a blink of an eye.
But thankfully, we aren't trying to create stars and galaxies — we're just trying to understand how it all works and fits together. If you want to get to know someone, you want to know what he or she spends the most time thinking about, what he or she believes is more important than everything else.