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Paul’s Daily Half-Dozen for August 20, 2018

What’s your favorite religion?

What do you notice first when you enter a room: The art on the wall or the furniture?

The beauty of youth or the wisdom of age?

Which is more important: To know that something is right or wrong, or to know what caused it?

Who is the most manipulative person you personally know?  How do you handle them?

Do you usually play background music when you’re doing other things?

 

15 thoughts on “Paul’s Daily Half-Dozen for August 20, 2018”

  1. ** None
    ** I never saw the art on the wall
    ** A mixture of both would be ok
    ** I never know what caused it, and who’s say I was wrong.
    ** The ex-girlfriend, she told me to leave, no more problems
    ** There’s only music, other things are insignificant

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  2. What’s your favorite religion? – Spiritual love-ism 😀

    What do you notice first when you enter a room: The art on the wall or the furniture? – Most likely the art on the wall. I’ve seen too many furniture to be impressed by them 😀

    The beauty of youth or the wisdom of age? – Wisdom of age. At least that’s what Paul conditions me to think 😛

    Which is more important: To know that something is right or wrong, or to know what caused it? – That’s a toughie. I suppose what caused it. Seems more important.

    Who is the most manipulative person you personally know? How do you handle them? – My dad, and i do my best to stay composed and not fall for his illogical mind games.

    Do you usually play background music when you’re doing other things? – Yes i do. Though sometimes silence is better.

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  3. I like any religion I can have an enjoyable argument discussion about. And buddhism, which is never used as an excuse for violence.

    The first thing I notice is the smell. After that it will be whatever is most interesting. If there are no books I stare at the ceiling until it’s time to leave.

    The beauty of youth or the wisdom of age? If I should lose one or the other, I would no longer wish to exist. Youth is exciting, age is comforting.

    If I didn’t know whether something was right or wrong, it wouldn’t matter to me what caused it.

    My son. He’s been practicing the art for at least 23 years, and has reached championship standard.

    I don’t play music in the background. I sing.

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  4. I didn’t answer the second part of question 5. I’m doing my best to keep him out of my life, but like I said, he’s good at what he does, and he has a mighty armoury of grief, self-pity and accusation.

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  5. i think the prophets in the Hebrew Bible were a lot of fun…and i like all things zen…it is difficult to choose just one…but it’s with paganism that i park my broom.

    the art.

    the beauty of age

    to know what caused it

    the father of my children…very carefully.

    almost always.

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  6. What’s your favorite religion? The Tao Te Ching isn’t a bona fide religion but it’s my bible

    What do you notice first when you enter a room: The art on the wall or the furniture? Do people have furniture? I never noticed! If the art doesn’t take me, and if there’s no food to stare at, I’ll usually zone in on some little random little curio they have.

    The beauty of youth or the wisdom of age? Or the wisdom of youth? Or the beauty of age?

    Which is more important: To know that something is right or wrong, or to know what caused it?Cause doesn’t matter. It only matters that you try to do the right thing, and try to learn for next time.

    Who is the most manipulative person you personally know? How do you handle them? Hm… my boyfriend Don’s twin is pretty bad. Fortunately I don’t have to deal with him much. I think Don should cut down on communications with him though, and stop trying to save him.

    Do you usually play background music when you’re doing other things? If it’s a mindless task I can play music. But if it has interesting lyrics it breaks my concentration.

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