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I love the internet. Man, you can find everything. Not just information of the sort many of us google for dozens of times a day, but inspiration, suggestions, community. Today I answered the last of 10 questions on a site called 10Q (www.doyou10q.com).

"Reflect. React. Renew.
"Life's Biggest Questions. Answered By You.
"Answer one question per day in your own secret online 10Q space. ... When you're finished, hit the magic button and your answers get sent to the secure online 10Q vault for safekeeping. One year later, the vault will open and your answers will land back in your email inbox for private reflection."

Some of the questions:
1) Describe a significant experience that has happened in the past year. How did it affect you? Are you grateful? Relieved? Resentful? Inspired?
6) Describe one thing you'd like to achieve by this time next year. Why is this important to you?
7) How would you like to improve yourself and your life next year? Is there a piece of advice or counsel you received in the past year that could guide you?

For Jews, this is the time of year when we especially reflect and inventory our lives. I found 10Q's questions a valuable tool to do this. I sent them to the vault just now without saving my answers. Will I be surprised a year from now at what I said over the last week? I doubt it, but we'll see.
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