What Has The Last Decade Meant To You?

The reactions to the passing of time is as different as there are people. As we move from the decade of the 2010s and into the 2020s, consider what it has meant to you.

A lot can happen in 10 years. While there have undoubtedly been highs and lows, joys and sorrows, is there a lesson you can take from the decade as a whole?

Certainly a lot happened on a global or international scale. From the global economic slowdown to start of the 2010s, to the growing environmental crisis, it is obvious the world is increasingly interconnected. And increasingly threatened.

And yet, on an individual level the story may differ, perhaps even drastically. Moreover, trying times can often trigger personal growth. While the world may have struggled in the last 10 years, the lesson we take from that struggle may well be hopeful.

How would you write the story of the last 10 years? Would it be positive or negative? How might that impact the next 10 years? What has the last decade meant to you?

Related questions: What is the best of the decade? Who is your MVP for the year? What is time? How have you changed? What is your five year prediction? Ten?

Old Or New?

Out with the old, in with the new. As the new year looms, do you prefer to the old and known, or the new with so much potential?

Share why if you wish.

Old Or New?

What Is The Best Of The Decade?

From music to TV to books to movies, there’s a lot of content available. And that’s not taking into account science, politics, or sports. Among everything you have experienced in the last decade, what is the best?

Share why if you wish.

What Does The Holiday Mean To You?

It is the time of the year for holidays. Some are secular, like New Years or the Winter Solstice. Others are religious like Christmas or Diwali. Whatever the reason for the occasion, many nations and religions celebrate a holiday at the end of the year.

However, the exact meaning of the holiday may vary within culture, religion, or even household. Each individual assigns their own meaning to their own special day.

With that in mind, what holiday(s) do you celebrate? What does the holiday mean to you? How has that meaning changed over time?

Related questions: What makes a tradition? What is your favorite holiday? How important is ceremony? What is your favorite childhood memory?