Only 31 days left in 2020, I am happy it will be over soon and hopeful that 2021 will be a better year. I am sure we all feel the same way. Another thing I can’t believe, I am adding the last set of questions for this writing project. I am thrilled that I was able to complete it and proud of those of you who took on this challenge and saw it all the way through. This month’s questions are all about reflecting on the events of 2020 and how it affected us individually and world wide.
I think I mentioned this on another post but I will not be doing this project next year. At the end it proved to be hard to keep the questions from repeating. I am trying to be a finisher next year and complete any project I start. If you follow me on IG you may also know that I will not be doing my quote journal either. This two project are being replaced by a perpetual journal calendar and a memory keeping flip album.
Thank you again for keeping me on my toes with this intentional writing project. 2020 turned out to be the best year for this project because we needed to write down all those emotions that we went through as we experienced a pandemic. Have a blessed holiday season and an even more enjoyable new year.
Seeing the good around us. These are hard times we are living in and I feel the news are only “BAD” news. I for one can’t take it. My mind gets stuck in the negative and I have a hard time snapping out of it. For this reason I have decided to make the theme this month “Seeing the Good”
Seeing the good is something we have to train our minds to do. Why is it so easy to go to the negative thought instead of the positive one?. I hope this month you will practice to focus on the good that exists in the world. We still need to know what is happening and keep ourselves informed but I think it will help us all to think about the good that still happens all around us
This month we will be answering Hypotherical questions. What if I had won the lottery? what if I had 3 children instead of two? What if I had stayed in El Salvador? Are hypothetical questions useful? Why should we care about the things that could be, or could have been? The answers may not be real, but they can tell a lot about a person’s personality and emotions.
There are cultures where the concept of “What if?” or “what would it be like?” type of questions do not exist. They are consider a waste of time. Why ponder on things that are not real?
I called these questions, dreams! If I ponder on Hypothetical questions, they are usually fun and positive and the answers are also light hearted.
Remember these are questions for yourself- no one has to read them. I hope you discover something interesting about your mind, your emotions and your logic.