Share Your World From 4-27-20

Well, It is almost the end of the Sharing week but here I am at last to SHARE MY WORLD WITH ALL OF YOU!

This is the challenge where our hostess, Melanie, asks us 5 questions and in answering them we, her contributors, share our worlds. When you have finished reading my shares, please check out Melanie’s site, by clicking the link above, to see how she and all of our other Sharing friends have answered.

Now on to the questions:

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Do guns protect people or kill people?  Or both?

Guns are tools, inanimate objects. They can neither protect nor kill. Now people…people…. How I long for a return to innocence where killing and protecting were not things we did or ever had to do.

Is it more important to be respected or liked?

I think it depends who you are trying to get to respect or like you. I have wasted a lot of time trying to get certain people to treat me in ways they had no capacity for. I have discovered that “like” and “respect” are beggars wishes. Even if you get them you can’t long keep them.

Is having a big ego a negative or  positive trait?  (yeah I know.  Duh. But there ought to be one “gimme’ in the pile)

Oye. We could do with a little less ego in the world right now.

Depending on your point of view, is death a new beginning? 

Yes. In fact, aside from the second coming it is the real beginning.

FINALLY:

gratitudeleaf

I am so grateful to have a garden to work in.



6 thoughts on “Share Your World From 4-27-20

  1. Thank you, Joseph, for Sharing Your World! Such thoughtful answers, and I’m in complete agreement with your death is a new beginning answer! Your garden is beautiful, it must provide you with a lot of joy to work in the earth that way and have such peace and glory surround you. I really like those columns, maybe you can do a short post some time about how they came to be there. I love the effect whatever the cause! Have a blessed week! 🙂

    • That is a great idea Melanie. I love columns! IMN fact I had some removed from my front poirch several years ago and I have been planning on turning them into an art project. Maybe now with the shut in I will be able to do it.

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