The Choice Between Two Doors | Hypothetical Question

Hello everyone!  I hope you are having a wonderful day.  My weekend was busy, but it was good.  Now I am back to writing puzzling, and out-of-the-box hypothetical questions.  What is your opinion about this hypothetical question/scenario?  I still do not have a full answer myself.




You are walking down a quiet city street at midnight, with no one in sight.  You had been at a friend’s party, and was thinking about how nice it will be when you are back at home, in your own bed.  However, all of a sudden you fall through a storm drain in the sidewalk, and black out.  A few hours later, you wake up.  However, instead of waking up in a disgusting storm drain, you found yourself in a dark room with two doors that were brightly lit.  In-between the two doors is a plaque that has an inscription on it.  The inscription says the following:


Both music and speech, are things to be desired.

However, lacking in both, you are,

Go through the door to the left, and you will find,

Musical talent, to play every musical instrument made by mankind,

However, if you decide on the door to the right,

Your tongue will speak the languages of every person,

Which door will you walk through?


In this hypothetical, you have two options.  Option 1 is that you walk through the door to the left.  You will be able to play every instrument that you come in contact with for the rest of your life.  Option 2 is that you walk through the door on the right.  You will be able to speak every language that you confront for the rest of your life.

Which would you choose?




Put your answer in the comment section below, and I’ll be back, hopefully sometime this week!

Merry Christmas!

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