A few things to consider before interviewing anyone:
Take your time. A good interview is never rushed. Let the person being interviewed dictate the pace.
A good interview should feel like a conversation.
The questions are just hints. Ask whatever questions you like or think would make for the best interview.
In 100 words or less, please give the best advice you have for life. Grammar rules do not apply.
What makes a good parent?
What makes a good friend?
What makes a good lover?
Please, talk about the last thing you gave yourself to completely. Was it worth it? Why or why not?
What always make you smile?
Please, tell your favorite joke, if you have one.
If you happen to have any regrets about your life, how could people learn from them to not commit a similar mistake?
What do you fear most? Why?
What experience informed your life the most?
Who do you miss the most? Why?
What is the best thing to do on a beautiful Sunday afternoon?
Talk about soulmates and love.
How did you make your marraige work? If you didn't , do you have any advice on how to?
What advice do you have for raising children?
When you were a child, what did you want to be?
What do you believe is the greatest thing a person can do?
What is the nicest thing you've ever seen someone do for someone else?
What is your favorite decade and why?
What are your 3 favorite adjectives?
What makes (Fill-in-the-blank) beautiful?
Please, list the things necessary for a happy and fulfilling life.
(Take a moment to create your own valuable question.)