Share Your World For June 28, 2021

Melanie has the questions, I have the answers.

What do you think of the idea of the ‘greater good’ principle? My question is this: who decides what the "greater good" is? More often than not, I’ve noticed that when someone says something is for "the greater good," they stand to benefit the most from it. Call me cynical, because I am.

Do you enjoy riding a roller coaster or other amusement park type ride? Hate them with a burning passion.

Which musical instrument is the most annoying to you personally? A slide whistle in the hands of a three-year-old.

Would you rather have a vivid imagination or a photographic memory if you had to choose just one? I really can’t see the benefit of a photographic memory, so I’ll say a vivid imagination, which I would have said anyway.

Kip continues to improve. Thanks for your continued prayers!

Decided to change it up a little…

16 thoughts on “Share Your World For June 28, 2021

  1. This line “call me cynical 🤨 because I am” had me giggling 🤭. Enjoyed your answers … all of them. Glad Kip continues to improve.


  2. I am glad your brother is slowly making headway. I agree with you on the first question because I am never sure what the Greater Good is. I am phobic of heights so no roller coasters for me but I always loved the twirly rides like Tilt-A-Whirl. I do love amusement parks. Any child slamming on a piano, drums or anything else is not cute…it is annoying as F%$*!. I will take my vivid imagination because I have this already. Even if I had a photographic memory, my hubby would still say I was wrong. Did you know Marilou Henner has a photographic memory and can recall exactly what happened on any date you ask her? Obviously, this is very rare.


  3. Thank you John for Sharing Your World! Your first answer WAS great. I believe that most of the people in our little community here will agree with you because it is sadly enough true. The question came to me because I was watching something on TV and the ‘greater good’ situation came up. There were three people who benefited most, a murderer and two politicians. The murderer was going to rat on some drug cartel or other and so it was decided that letting him go into witness protection and walk on the murder charges was ‘for the greater good.” Uh, justice got trampled on although Karma came along and the whole thing fell apart, the corruption was exposed and the murderer was killed. The drug dealers skated, but that’s reality sadly. The happy ending (sort of) was because it was TV. In real life, I suspect it would have been allowed to occur. I’d HATE to have to make a decision based on the ‘greater good’. I’m glad it mostly rests in the hands of people in a higher pay grade than I’ll ever know. Gosh! I took your whole comment box yapping about the greater good answer, while your other answers were all great too! Wonderful GIFs as usual, always crack me up! I did like the B&W movie ending one a bit better than the Simpsons, but a change is as good as a rest we’re told. Have a wonderful week, John, and I’m so glad your brother is getting well! Yahoo!


      1. Thanks John. I didn’t properly understood the meaning and so I researched it. I think that most of the decisions from the “greater good” are made for “their own good”!

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