The tenth question of 10Q*: When September 2016 rolls around and you receive your answers to your 10Q questions, how do you think you’ll feel? What do you think/hope might be different about your life and where you’re at as a result of thinking about and answering these questions?
My answer: I hope that by this time next year I will feel more comfortable with inevitable change (#9), more in touch with my wife (#8), more able to manage my grumpy mood (#7), have improved the quality of my life (#6), have been more in nature and be spiritually aware of it too (#5), have the refugee crisis in Hungary and Europe behind us (#4), have seen my wife having a successful first year at her job (#2) have spent less time on worrying/stressing (#2) and have seen my daughters grown physically, mentally, emotionally (#1). Based on the answers of the first nine question these are my hopes. This seems a pretty ambitious plan and right now I don’t believe in 100% success. so to answer the question how I will feel (as opposed to what I hope) I have to stay that I think that by next September I will have gained traction in all of these areas, but may not have achieved all of them fully.
* “10Q” is a series of 10 question to be answered between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur