But on the other hand, I notice that some of you in your replies realize that these are questions cannot be answered, and so you are very short and angry in your replies to them.
Thus I ask my own deep question about deep questions: which of these views is more in keeping with your own views? (I've tried to word them both equally strongly)
1. These so-called "Deep Questions" are a waste of time, and the only people who ask them are either sophistic fakes who get an ego boost from talking about things over their heads, or they are simply ignorant and do not realize that their question presupposes a shared base of assumptions which does not exist, or, worse still, these people are just being violently antagonistic to groups who hold different beliefs. Those questions are better which can be solved and agreed upon universally through hard work, and research, and detailed thought--things which the "deep" Sophists are obviously afraid of.
2. "Deep Questions" are, and have been for millenia, an important part of a maturing mind, and the people who ask them are sensitive, and inquiring, and open in a way that the bigots who hate deep questions could never understand. After all, it is only through inquiry into these questions that we can discover how deep they are and appreciate how varied the texture of human experience can be. In short, these questions help us to understand others, to mature emotionally, and to examine our own assumptions for inconsistencies--kinds of personal growth and development which the boors who hate deep questions are obviously afraid of.
By the way, if anyone reads this post and does not vote, I am counting his or her vote for #1, since he or she has decided that this deep question is not worthy of an attempted answer, which is the gist of position #1.