A Reddit user by the name of GeometryThing recently asked “You can ask God any one question, what do you ask him?” Surprisingly the answers were varied but it all came down to one essential question that everyone could agree on, and it’s the last question on this list.
Before you dive into what others want to ask God, take a moment to think of what you would want to know yourself. The answer is susally a reflection of a search for some kind of deeper meaning , closure or understanding of a concept that brings you pain or threatens your identity. Often people want to ask God about that what the human mind can’t explain with evidence, such as the afterlife, love, death, the meaning of life, how the world started etc. These all lead back to just one question.
“How is my mom?” — Noodlepotdreams
There no greater pain than the grief of losing someone you love, let alone the very person who gave you life. Upon losing a mother, a person can’t help but wonder where the person with whom they had the very first interaction in this world, and on whom they depend just to stay alive, could now have gone. The hope is that she is in a better place, or maybe sitting alongside God himself.
One person commented: “If you believe in such a thing, I think she’s doing well, and feels loved by the fact you thought to ask about her above all else.” While another echoed: I recently lost my mom and was going to type this exact same question. I know our moms are doing great watching us from above .”