Share Your World for January 25, 2021

Time once again to probe the dark reaches of my mind and share whatever pops up: it’s Share Your World!

Melanie’s in charge of this here blog hop, so if you want to join us, hie thee over to her blog and get the questions, badges, rules, and pingbacks. And now… Share Your World…

Is it necessary to trust someone you like? The amount that you trust a person is generally directly proportional to how much you like them. The more you like a person, the more you should trust them, and vice versa.

Do you hold grudges? To an extent. I think everyone does. Mom was a pro. My stepfather used to say she was willing to bury a grudge, but always remembered where the grave marker was. What do you do when someone really irritates you? It involves a paper bag, a Zippo lighter, and a huge pile of dog doo. Use your imagination…

What’s the most sensible thing you’ve heard someone say? A friend told me that, when things are going bad, he goes to sleep. When he wakes up, everything is OK again. Or at least better than it was.

Is crying a sign of weakness or strength in adults? Both, and neither. Someone else said that it’s physiology, and I tend to agree.

19 thoughts on “Share Your World for January 25, 2021

  1. Thank you for Sharing Your World John! You’ve shown you’re a man of wise words today, and it’s a pleasure to read your answers in any case! Have a wonderful week! (Oh, and I’m an advocate of the paper bag idea btw…never had the nerve to actually do it, and these days I couldn’t run away fast enough; but I always thought it was a SUPREME ‘get ’em back’. LOL


  2. I have known people I like but wouldn’t trust them with a ten foot pole but I would never have them as a true friend because they could not return the favour, as for a romantic partner, well they can be fun but you get burned. I don’t think I hold a grudge but if someone has truly hurt me and meant it, why would I want to be near them. I have cut family and friends out because they were so caustic. I love what you do with irritating people..hahahaaa. I like to ignore them as they hate that. My mom often would say something to me that made me feel better or it was uplifting. It may not have been her own but that doesn’t matter. I am not religious but I do love this saying she told me, “ It is better to walk with an angel through hell than with the devil through paradise.”


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