You can learn more about this 20 min. a Day Exercise, and why I think the experience can provide interesting opportunities for Writing Prompts, in the Introductory Post, and then follow the link, at the end of each post, to the next chapter.
Question #29: What is your vision for the world we live in? What would you like to see come to pass?
Quote to Ponder:
Life is one big road with lots of signs.
So when you're riding through the ruts, don't complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy.
Don't bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality.
Wake Up and Live!
It's Sunday afternoon, and in a little while I plan to go to my Sit Spot for the last time...the 29th time.
What??? I hear you asking. ;-D
Yes, I will have gone and sat somewhere every day for 30 days straight, but Saturday, the scheduled 29th day, was spent at a different Sit Spot, and in a totally unscheduled way.
I'm lucky I am able to got to my regular Sit Spot one more time.
What is my vision for the future, and the world I live in?
What would I like to see come to pass?
Before I try to answer those questions let me tell you of my Sit Spot Adventure, one that began at work, late Friday night, and wound up with me sitting in one spot for over 8 hours, until 730am Saturday morning. ;-D
At work Friday night, around 1015pm, I had a sudden bout of confusion while handling a call (I'm a Directory Assisitance Operator), as a blinking light on the screen would not turn off, and I heard a supervisors voice when there should not have been one.
The next thing I knew was awakening in a hospital emergency room, about 11pm, and was told I had a Gran Mal Seizure.
This scared, confused, and concerned me, as you can imagine!
I'd had brief moments of confusion before, but always atributed them to being tired during a long shift, and always passed the call to a supervisor.
This, obvously was different.
8 1/2 hours, 2 removals of blood, several other tests, and a cat scan later, I was finally cleared to go home, with a prescription to fill, an appointment to see a neurologist for a battery of tests Monday, or as soon as possible after, and orders to stay home the next 3 days, at least, and rest.
Bob Marley was wiser than he knew. ;-D
Life IS one big road with lots of signs.
I need to wake up, and live, and try to find ways to make my vision, especially my creative one, a reality.
My vision for the future, and the world?
A world with ME in it for another 50 years at least, that's for damn sure! ;-D
A world where my creativity somehow makes its mark on the world in some small way.
A world where, if I'm lucky, there will be someone to carry on my blood, and name, or at least remember it with fondness, and pride in my accomplishments.