When I was a child, I was never attached to any inanimate object. Sure I played with some, at the end of the day, it disappeared, I did not care to look for it.
We my siblings and I spent hours playing with flat pieces of stone, we lay one on top of the other, when it had a reasonable height, we struck it with a round stone to scatter the flat pieces, this continued until we had enough of it.
Our next interest was to explore the neighborhood, there were many queer places which always attracted our attention, one day we decided to visit one of the places, it was near a race course, we walked on and on and suddenly saw a crowd of people ,we had to know what they were up to. We were delighted to see a group of people frying parathas in a giant-sized wok outdoors. These flat round breads looked delicious. We had no money but the guys were giving them to every one there, we stood watching them one of them invited us to join them.
I can still taste those delicious flat breads.
Attaching myself to material objects I fear is a waste of time, if it is lost I’d be weeping for endless number of days. My way is better playing with stones found on the ground can never attract anyone’s attention, it can be left anywhere there is no danger of losing them.
Does a messy home(or office) make you anxious and cranky, or is cleaning something you just do before company comes over?
I like a neat and clean home all the time. I do clean daily and this is what I like normally. Lately it is changed considerably. We have two cats who love exploring, this makes everything out of order. They also shed a lot,it’s difficult to clean up every time there is a mess.
I look the other way, I do not enjoy cleaning every few seconds. I therefore leave everything to be cleaned at the end of the day.
If I’m expecting company I do not let the cats come into the living room after I clean up.
Describe your first memorable experience exploring and spending time in nature. Were you in awe? Or were younot impressed? Would you rather spend time in the forest of the city?
My first memorable experience spending time in nature was when we came to Newfoundland, Canada. My husband got a job in Gander, and we were told about the impressive park, close to Gander which took about forty minutes by car. It is where we saw nature in all its glory. We spent the whole day exploring different parts of the park. I’m posting an youtube video, which will show more of nature than I’d be able to describe.