Welcome to Saturday: 9. What we’ve committed to our readers is that we will post 9 questions every Saturday. Sometimes the post will have a theme, and at other times the questions will be totally unrelated. Those weeks we do “random questions,” so-to-speak. We encourage you to visit other participants posts and leave a comment. Because we don’t have any rules, it is your choice. We hate rules. We love memes, however, and here is today’s meme!
Saturday 9: How Long
1. Have your discovered a betrayal? If so, did you ask, “How long has THIS been going on”?
Thank heavens, I haven’t encountered or discovered any betrayal so far.
2. What is the longest line you’ve ever stood in? Would you do it again?
Oh goodness, I remember this very clearly. When I was entering university, I witnessed the longest queue ever! It was at the College Secretary building and there were two lines, one for incoming freshmen and another for the upper-class students. The line was so long it reached the entrance gate – nearly a kilometer long. Would I stand in line again? I’d say yes – what is university life without it?
3. Someone has hung a sign around your neck, and you have to wear it all day long. What does it say?
Hmmm, interesting. My husband said I should wear a sign that says “Stand back. PMS in progress.” LOL. Oh well.
4. As the Christmas season approaches, what song is it that you just can’t wait to hear?
Nothing really in particular.
5. What Christmas song do you dread to hear?
I dread to hear any Christmas song played over and over and over again.
6. How often do you read the last chapter of a book first?
7. Do you have a favorite movie that you just love to see each year during the holidays?
No, not really.
8. Do you enjoy winter in the area that you live?
We do not have winter season here.
9. At holiday I think we all show more kindness. In your opinion, is this a “concept” that has value (like money or other tangible things) or does it exist as simply emotion? Why?
Humans, by nature, are kind animals. This changes as each individual is exposed to different experiences and therefore could be subjective. It is a valuable and desirable trait and I don’t think it comes with a price tag. And most of all, one does not need to have a reason or season to be kind. It’s something one does simply because it is the right thing to do. Kindness begets kindness.