Share Your World 10/23/17

Was school easy or difficult for you? How so?

I never really thought of it as either, so this is an interesting question.  I was intrinsically driven to do well so I never had to *force* myself to go to class or study.  In that sense school was easy on me, since I know it’s like pulling teeth every day for some kids.  I was not blessed with a photographic memory or other genius tendencies so my academics were typical – some things came easier to me than others.  The social dynamics of school were a constant: shifting, confusing, and as unpredictable as a tornado’s path.

List some of your favorite types of animals.

Dogs!  (dogs-dogs-dogs)  Giraffes, elephants, birds (large, small, and everything in between), lions, gorillas, cheetahs, sea lions, seals, bears, and antelope.  I can stare at any of these for hours on end.

What is your favorite large city you have been to? What is the one thing you remember most?

San Diego.  The weather was positively gorgeous and the people seemed to have usually sunny dispositions.

What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. 

“Always remember, wherever you are, whether near or far, you had a mother who really, really loved you.  The original mother.  Once you’ve found your true inner guru you can never again be divided.  Perfect union with the divine, through the grace of your real teacher, transcends time, space, death and all worldly limitations.  Your real teacher is the original mother – regardless in which manifest or non-manifest form, or gender, she appears.  The one who nurtures you and the one who also, out of wisdom and compassion, corrects you if you are misguided.”

–  Zeena Schreck


Cee’s Share Your World drops on Mondays.  Thanks for popping in to take a peek.

What’s happening in your world today?

2 thoughts on “Share Your World 10/23/17

    • Man, there’s a sea lion exhibit at the zoo. They have a kind of path that dips low with a glass wall so you can watch them swimming by underwater…I could sit there for HOURS.

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