Student Blogging Challenge- Challenge 1 (Continued) 10 People I Would Meet

Also for SBC Challenge 1, the “10 challenge” was to tell 1o people you would meet, dead or alive, and ask them 1 question. Well, here we go! They are not in the order from most important to least important.

1. Abraham Lincoln

I would ask him, “How did you summon the courage to keep going, trying to save a nearly defeated country against itself?”

2. Moses

I would ask him, “What was it like, always being in G-d’s presence, only second in command of the Jewish people to Him?”

3. J.R.R. Toliken

I would ask him,  “How were you ever able to make the Lord of the Rings in such detail?”

4. J.K. Rowling

I would ask her, “What gave you the inspiration to complete all seven of the Harry Potter series and not just give up?”

5. Albert Einstein

I would ask him to tell me all that he knew.

6. Neil Armstrong

I would ask him, “What was it like when you became the first living soul to step onto a different mass in space?”

7.  Rick Riordan

I would ask him, “How many more books in Heroes of Olympus are you writing?”

8. Martin Luther King Jr.

I would ask him, “What was the one moment when you just thought: I need to stop segregation?”

9. Abraham Davis

I would ask him, “How did you collect enough information to write the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch?”

10.  Franklin Delano Roosevelt

I would ask him, “What were your ideas to bring the economy back up?”

 

 

3 thoughts on “Student Blogging Challenge- Challenge 1 (Continued) 10 People I Would Meet

  1. Hello Jake – It’s Mrs. G, your mentor here. Wow, you did a great job on your blog post. I would especially like to hear what Moses would answer you – what a deep question!

    Your questions are interesting and I like the choices of people you picked. You have a lot of authors and I’m not familiar with all of them, your questions make me want to learn more about them. Nice work.

    You have a very well rounded blog, I can tell you really enjoy this form of communication and that you are good at it. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts.

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