Which emotion(s)– joy, envy, rage, pity,or something else — do you find to be the hardest to contain?
Any of these emotions can be hard to contain, but frankly the one I find difficult to contain is rage.
My older daughter once told me that a group of boys cornered my younger daughter during recess and bashed her head against the wall. My younger one did not tell me anything about this incident, it was when my older one was passing by she saw it.
I could not believe that grade one kids could be this horrible, I was a teacher at that time. I got the name of the leader of the group,without wasting time I went to his classroom, they had a substitute that day, I went to the door and asked the teacher to let me talk to the boy. I’m sure he knew why I was there, slowly he came to the door where I was waiting, I asked him if his name was … he said yes, I warned him that if he ever touched my daughter I’d make sure he’d never do it again!
My choice is a cave. Beach,Mountain,or a forest have been there and i hear about them . To me a cave is more exciting. I read people have hollowed out caves for a long time.
We need shelter from the elements, such as wind, rain and what have you. In some parts of the world it was easier for man to carve out warm dry spaces than to use other building methods.Houses are difficult to build ,we need the right kind of material to build them.
The digging of caves most of the time is easier. Image by Wikipedia
The most famous caves are probably in the loess plains of China. During the ice ages the Gobi desert was cold and windy.The glaciers eroded a huge amount of rock.It produced fine rock dust.During thousands of years a huge amount of this dust were sedimented.
People used this fine sand to build caves. It was considered less work than building a house.
Cave houses built in the hot arid areas is useful, the temperature underground is quite pleasant.
I’d like to try living in cave house. It might be exciting.
https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/03/02/365-days-march 2nd-beach,mountain,forest,or somewhere else/
I saw some pictures of astronauts on the moon,it looked like they were hopping. I know lack of gravity made them look like they were walking in slow motion. Whatever we choose to call it I guess we are free to do so.
When I first tried to walk on ice I wasn’t sure I’d be able to succeed without falling and breaking my leg. I managed to walk slowly, every step I took felt like it was an accomplishment.
It might seem weird to people who are born and brought up in a cold country, to them walking on ice is no big deal.
I was born and brought up in a country where the word snow is unknown. When I tell them how difficult it is to walk on snow or ice
they do not get it.
Although I live in a cold country now , I still am scared to walk on snow or ice.