in order for a seed to grow, it must first burst its shell of limitations.
I would travel the world starting universities and love all the people I met. Or I would become an artist/photographer/writer and live simply, enjoying the beauty of nature.
I would tell the world to simply let people live their lives as they see fit. Stop wasting lives and resources. Be mindful and considerate of our planet and each other.
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I would try to never complain about anything! It is so unproductive and contagious. I would instead think more about the best moments in each day and forget about the not-so-best ones. I would also dwell on the best in each person I see each day.
I would try to run a marathon. I also agree with the person before me. I would want to try and stop being negative.
I would probably spend my time and resources helping others in need. It would mean to travel and live in areas that wouldn't be in my comfort zone. I would also have to have the skills and talents to make a difference in their lives.
The things I want to do are exactly the ones that have a reasonable chance of failure. To say, I think I can do that, I should try, is taking the risk of failure as part and parcel. Why be satisfied only attempting things we are certain of accomplishing? Try something you don't think you can do and surprise yourself.
Sara this is Lynda Eichelberg and I love reading your blog. It's like reading a good book. It sound's like your having a wonderful time and your apt look's really cute! Keep blogging!!!
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