Returning after a strong debut, this is the thought-provoking calendar adapted from the phenomenal New York Times bestselling The Book of Questions, which has over 2.6 million copies in print. On each page is an open-ended question that has no right or wrong answer—but provokes insights into oneself and stimulates lively discussion with others. Here are questions about love, about morality, about privacy and technology. Questions with societal implications (Do you want to see television censored to remove all physical violence? What if it would reduce crime by 25 percent?) and questions that are intensely personal (What is the biggest sacrifice you ever made for another person? Would youmake the same sacrifice again?).