What’s your favorite part about visiting a new place — the food? The architecture? The people watching?
Photographers, artists, poets: show us NEW.
As much as I love food, I’d have to say its architecture and people watching. I could sit for hours, in a comfortable spot, watching humans do their thing, it’s an education all on its own.
Listening to them talk, even though I may not understand the language, just the sound they make is interesting to me. The cloths they wear, the interaction with each other, maybe I was a shrink in another life.
I also have an appreciation for old buildings and the history behind them, churches and cemeteries are two favorites of mine.
All in all I would have a great time, I’ve always felt I was an explores at heart. 🙂
Where do your morals come from — your family? Your faith? Your philosophical worldview? How do you deal with those who don’t share them, or derive them from a different source?
Photographers, artists, poets: show us THE SOURCE.
I would have to say my source, is my mom and dad. Both of them came from strong families and they walked away with morals that helped make me who I am today.
This photo was taken in 1952, they were dating and not yet married. They would have been just discovering, values, morals and all that fun stuff that turns us into the people we are. They look happy and care-free, the weight of life not yet on their shoulders.
I try hard not to judge a book by its cover, as I do with people who have shaped their life from a different starting point, we are who we are.
Reincarnation: do you believe in it?
Of course I do.
If you take the time and do the research, leaving your mind open, you may run across all sorts of wonderful things.
About eight years ago I started reading books by Dr. Brian Weiss, Michael Newton, and soon realized, yes it is real. Amazing.
The really great thing about being human? We have the right to believe in whatever gives us faith, and that can’t be a bad thing.
“It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree?
I would have to say it’s going to depend on whether or not the person in question thrives on controversy.
Me, I would have to agree, especially with people I know, like my mother. It never ends well, so I’ve learned to steer clear of either subject, especially the religion.
There are people who really enjoy animated discussions, namely religion and politics. Say for instance, a small group of elderly gents at the local coffee shop, having a hot debate on politics. Voices get loud, hands are waving, then they laugh, and the scenario repeats itself.
Have a great Tuesday everyone!