Share Your World 7-6-2020

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Share Your World 7-6-2020 — sparksfromacombustiblemind

In your opinion, what’s the closest thing to real magic?

Illusion , in my opinion is the thing closest to magic. It is what so-called magicians and conjurors have been using to give the impression of magic over the years.

Where is the worst smelling place you’ve been?

Hmmm. I think I visited a landfill as part of a Community medicine field trip when I was a medical student. This must have been the worst smell ever.

What are some things that you’ve heard in your own life, which sounded like compliments but were actually insults?

Left handed compliments, usually pertaining to weight or age are often disguised as concern or praise. “I love what you’ve done to your hair; it makes you look a lot younger”. “What a lovely dress, so slimming!”

What incredibly common thing have you never done?

I think every other person must know how to ride a bicycle. Surprisingly, I have never learned this fairly common thing. Even though many things are supposed to be “like riding a bicycle, you don’t forget them once you learn” I unfortunately never even made the attempt of riding.

Gratitude:

I recently lost my father; I am very grateful that his end was without pain or suffering.

9 thoughts on “Share Your World 7-6-2020

  1. Thanks Dr. Tanya for Sharing Your Lovely World!! I agree with Sadje that your Gratitude was beautiful. That’s the best a person can hope for I think, to go without suffering. But often it’s a shock to those left behind, because they may not have expected things to go that quickly. Take care of yourself during this time. It can be difficult, but eventually the pain eases a little bit and one can remember their loved one(s) without so much hurt associated.

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    1. You are right about the shock bit. My mother is feeling that way.
      As a doctor, I know how agonizing it is for the family when people to linger on in a coma.
      That makes me very grateful that my father and my family are spared all that.

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