Sunday, 19 March 2017

Weekly Wondering // Week 11


Hiya! Had a nice weekend so far guys? Welcome back to my Sunday series :)
For the explanation of what is going on here, please do click here and have a quick read.
Other than that, in short, I am answering 7 of these 365 thought provoking questions each week until I complete the year. I already did this in 2013 and am revisiting them to compare my answers.


What's the one thing you'd like others to remember about you at the end of your life?
Nothing. I don't care if I am remembered at all. I would rather people remembered to look after the bloomin' planet. :)

Is there such a thing as perfect?
It's all relative. For example, someone or something may be 'perfect for you' - exactly what your want/need - therefore technically there is such a thing as perfectness. However, just like how I don't think you can truly define 'normal', I don't think you can define 'perfect' in terms of people.

To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life has taken?
I haven't really because whatever was going to happen, happened. My story is written, I'm just playing it out.

What does it mean to be human?
To feel. To have compassion. We also walk upright and have opposable thumbs...though there are quite a few other creatures with opposable thumbs, so I dunno.

If you looked into the heart of your enemy, what do you think you would find that is different from what is in your own heart?
I don't have one specific enemy, more so a 'type' of person. In their heart would be a lack of compassion, understanding, tolerance, care and respect for any living thing on the planet and anyone who is different/has an opposing opinion to them.
Whereas I understand and appreciate that we all have different views on every subject you can imagine and I don't 'attack' people either in person or behind a computer screen just because we aren't all sheep who think, act, speak etc the same way :)

What do you love most about yourself?
Probably the above point. That I have the mental ability to process the fact that there is more than one way to live life. 

Where would you most like to go and why?
Narnia, because it seems people/creatures are more tolerant in general there and it's mostly peaceful. It's a natural haven without much industrialism (minus Calormen to the South which seems more 'built up') and has plenty animals to be my friends. 


 Make sure to look back on this same post from 2013 here, and see the differences in my answers! (I completed writing this before checking back to my old answers by the way). You can also see the series in whole from last time here and of course last week's Weekly Wondering here.

2 comments:

  1. Lovely shot of the ducks there! I definitely agree with your final answer - Narnia would be a dream to visit and full of lots of adventure and magic too. I definitely agree that there seems to be a lot less compassion in the world now, so I wish like you, that people could be kinder and look after the planet too! These always make me think, so thank you. - Tasha

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    1. Thank you!! Right?? Let's try and find the door! ;) <3

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