A fact of life!

written in response to #FPQ Over on Fandango's provocative question today the quandary posed is... What’s something you consider to be terrifying that you have come to accept as a fact of life?Fandango 20/1/20 As ive grown older there are many things that have terrified me at some point or another. When I were little... Continue Reading →

The good life!

written in response to #FPQ. 15/12/19. Over on #FPQ, today's thought provoking question is: What does living “the good life” mean to you? Do you think that you’re living “the good life”?Fandango 15/12/19 Fandango poses a great question today and it has me thinking about my life and how I really feel about it. Am... Continue Reading →

Censorship.

Written in response to #FPQ Do you feel that in today’s world — and perhaps in the part of the world in which you live — the freedom to articulate and express opinions and ideas without fear of retaliation, censorship, or legal sanction is being threatened?Fandango How often do we hear "Oh, You cant say... Continue Reading →

Control.

Over on Fandango's Provocative Question this week the topic is control. The question posed is... How much control do you believe you have over your own life?Fandango, 11/9/19 I believe that in life the only thing we have true control over is our own actions and thoughts; everything else is only the perception of control.... Continue Reading →

Do you believe in magic?

Written in response to #FPQ, #FOWC & #YDWP Growing up I had a tenuous grasp on reality at the best of times and magic played a huge part in that. I don't mean Penn and Teller kind of magic tricks, that's just science used in an ingenious way to fool people; although they are cool.... Continue Reading →

Honesty.

written in response to #FPQ. 2/9/19. Do you believe that honesty is always the best policy? Is there is ever a time or circumstance when dishonesty (lying) is justifiable? Please elaborate.Fandango 28/8/19 There is never a time when lying is ok however we all do it to some degree or another; don't we? I have had this... Continue Reading →

Question #35.

FPQ 12/8/19. Good morning everyone. I kick off the day today with a thinky one! Over on Fandango's Provocative Question today one of the readers has helped pose this question... Do you believe public figures (e.g., politicians, celebrities, athletes, authors) — or anyone, actually — should be judged by today’s standards for their words or... Continue Reading →

The world I live in.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #34. 5/8/19. Good morning everyone and welcome to another monday with me. Today's first post is in response to Fandangos Provocative question. Hope you enjoy reading and don't forget to follow the links and check out everyone elses entries too. What are the three biggest challenges your country (or, if you prefer, the... Continue Reading →

Morals, Mother & God!

Written in response to, and containing the following prompts: FPQ; Do you believe that one can be moral without believing in God or being religious, or do you believe that you must believe in God in order to have a moral compass and to live a moral life? YDWP; Delimited and The Daily Spur Photo... Continue Reading →

Nothing beats being a Mum.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #31 & Your Daily Word Prompt 15/7/19. What do consider to be the highlight of your life so far? Do you think it’s something that you might be able to exceed in the future?Fandango's Provocative Question #31 A tough question to answer for me for two reasons... Firstly, I'm a mum. Nothing in... Continue Reading →

Truths and Facts.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #30. 8/7/19. Today's question courtesy of Fandango is:- Comedian Stephen Colbert coined the word “truthiness” a dozen or so years ago. Truthiness, Colbert explains, is the quality of seeming to be true based upon one’s intuition, opinion, or perception without regard to logic or factual evidence. It’s similar to when Comedian Bill Maher says,... Continue Reading →

An ‘Over the Pond’ Perspective.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #28 “Do you believe that Donald Trump is an effective American president who should remain in office despite having accepted aid from a foreign adversary (Russia) and having committed obstruction of justice into the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential elections? Do you believe that Trump should or should not... Continue Reading →

A Quandry!

Fandango’s Provocative Question #27. 17/6/19. “If you could choose one — and only one — particular malady, condition, or disease for which a safe and effective treatment was available, what one condition would you choose to treat and why is that your choice?”   Before I answer this question, I would like to say I... Continue Reading →

Provocative Question #25

Fandango’s Provocative Question #25 “Where do you believe you were you before you were born and what do you believe will happen to you after you die?”   I used to believe in God. I went to a variety of churches as a child. Evangelical, Roman Catholic and Church of England, and tried to be good... Continue Reading →

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