Like Ten Levels of Why, but going the other direction.

Start with the last reason given in Ten Levels of Why.

Spoken version:
The player says her/his sentence out loud, then one person says, "so...?"
The player must give a consequence; "So..."
Then another person asks "So...?" and the player must give a consequence that flows from the previous statement... and so on, until ten so's have been asked and answered.
At the end, the person repeats the original sentence and the tenth consequence.

Written version:
Each person writes her/his sentence at the top of a page and then writes ten questions (so) and answers (so...).
At the end, s/he copies the original sentence and the tenth consequence.

Because everyone has a different life.

Everyone has a different life. ("So...?")
So, we have different ideas. ("Different ideas, so...?")
So, we can learn new things. ("So...?")
So, we can get new ideas. ("So...?")
So, we can do new things. ("So...?")
So, we can live better. ("So...?")
So, we can be happy. ("So...?")
So, we make other people happy. ("So...?")
So, life becomes beautiful. ("So...?")
So, we feel free. ("So...?")
So, we can do anything.

Everyone has a different life so we can do anything.

It is good to encourage people to treat this as a game -- don't take it seriously, we're just playing. That way, people may loosen up and come up with more interesting content.

Watch for tautology: I am a student. (So?) So, I study.

Use this to fish for interesting starting points for discussion, but don't force it. It's just a game, until something meaningful comes up.

Try this for something obvious and usually unexamined: we are union members... So? So? So?

Try this to talk about our resources of hope. "I have hope for the future." So? So? So?

Gauntlet of So: Do it as a group game in which one player in the middle makes a statement then goes from person to person, each time being asked "So?" and each time giving a reason for the previous reason. When the person has been questioned ten times, connect that final reason to the initial statement, as in the activity above.

When you get ten levels, look at list and choose most interesting result. Then, write the sentence on a new sheet of paper, and brainstorm reasons why it is true or important, what it means -- the idea is to expand on something interesting.