Share Your World Week 37

Share Your World
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Sunday again, and time for the Share Your World questions from Cee.  Here they are, with a comment from Cee:

This week’s questions are all over board.  Hope you have some fun with them.

Here are the four Share Your World questions for this week.    I hope you have some fun playing along.  It sure is fun learning about all of us.

  1. Do you believe in the afterlife?  Reincarnation?  Yes and yes, but maybe not the way all of your readers see it.  I don’t believe in places such as heaven and hell.  I believe that our souls leave these earthly bodies, and become one with the All.  Then when it is time to learn something else, the soul picks its vehicle, (body,) and comes back to learn this new lesson.
  2. For your computer Mac or Windows-based computer?  Desktop, laptop or other?  Without a doubt, MacIntosh.  My current computer is a real workhorse laptop, a very generous gift from my sister and brother-in-law, when they got their new Mac.  A couple of weeks ago, I would have said desktop — but with the help of Sister S., I’ve gotten the laptop in my lap, finally.  I love it!
  3. If you could witness any event past, present or future, what would it be?  I want to witness the great flood in the Black Sea, where a very advanced community lived and worked and died.  When the Mediterranean overcame the Bosporus, and flooded into the Black Sea, I want to witness the Diaspora of those people to various parts of the world.  And have a really big camera, with a handful of memory chips to add to it.
  4. What are you reading fiction or non-fiction or studying and would you recommend it?  Fiction:  I am re-reading the Serpentwar Saga, by Raymond E. Feist — I am currently on book III, Rage of a Demon King.  For non-fiction, I am reading an excellent self-titled biography of Stephen Hawking, written by Kitty Ferguson.  This version does not concentrate on either physics or S.H.’s personal life; Kitty blends them beautifully.
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10 responses to “Share Your World Week 37

  1. I don’t leave a great deal of remarks, however after browsing some of the comments
    on Share Your World Week 37 | Diabetic Redemption.
    I do have a couple of questions for you if
    it’s allright. Could it be just me or do a few of the remarks
    look like they are left by brain dead people? 😛 And, if you are posting on other sites,
    I would like to keep up with everything new you have to post.
    Would you post a list of all of your social community pages like your Facebook page, twitter
    feed, or linkedin profile?

    • Any question is always okay! Thank you for your interest. I don’t spend a lot of time in the social media circles — my Facebook name is Judy Atwood. On Twitter, I’m #Atwoodjudith. I don’t post on these at all, pretty much — this blog and my poetry blog, thesundripshoney.com, are my outlets

      I will look for you there — I hope you can be a part of the conversation. Have a happy holiday and a brilliant new year!

  2. You know most people don’t genuinely realize the benefits of blogging. As well as how much hard work that goes into making a website. Honestly operating a blog can be alot of fun and a good way to grow your own brand or even online business.

    • I love blogging for a couple of emotional reasons — it’s my therapy, daily; and I meet all kinds of smart, funny people, with good ideas I can consider. Thanks, Louis!

    • My lessons in this life are self-discipline and impulse-control, learning to trust and believe that people do mean me well, and love, love, love! Love myself, love others, love everything in the universe!

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