Why do we seem to respect the dead more than the living?
You know, I have no idea why. Someone can be this really horrible person and yet when they die, people insist on only talking about the good things they had done. Except for the people who had nothing to do them with anymore when they had died. In a way it’s a good thing, because just because they were horrible, doesn’t mean we are. If that makes sense?lol
Why is beauty associated with morality? Or not? (a few weeks back I asked a similar question, but the key word was MORTALITY, not MORALITY).
I know a lot of people like to do this. But it can also depend on the person, like how some people dislike Michelle Obama, a really wonderful person. Whereas they think Melania is really gorgeous, despite her face being stuck in the same position and joining in with her husbands bitherism.
I absolutely adore Michelle Obama and to me that makes her beautiful. I literally cannot fathom what “beauty” people see in Melania, she’s not a beauty to me, at all. I used to feel sorry for her and could see a sad beauty in her, but once she wore that jacket…She could get lost for all I cared and whinged “I’m the most bullied person in the world”. I even thought her birtherism comments were because all she had in America, was Trump. Nope, I think she’s just generally an ugly person, how else can you explain her getting married to Trump to begin with?
Have gadgets and apps taken away emotions?
Oh, they definitely can do that! It’s all about learning about a nice balance.
Is there a perfect life? What’s your version of a perfect life if you care to share?
I don’t think there is a “perfect life”. I think that there are definitely perfect moments though.
Gratitude (find another question under the graphic)
If you’d like, please share something uplifting or for which you are grateful.