33 thoughts on “World View

  1. Nods … but …. perhaps tis the fear of the unknown.

    The world is large … and small … the differences and … beliefs … and .. visions … scare… until you get up close… and realize … we have much in common.

    Your friend,

    Katie O.


  2. Colleen, I have seen some of it, actually a lot, especially for a redneck from KY. But so so much of it does scare me, and I don’t want to see it. Take care, Bill


      • The world just isn’t as friendly as it once was. It doesn’t seem to matter how big or how small the country is, folks withn those boundries find all manner of ways to be destructive. And the bulk of the destruction seems directed directly to those that can’t protect themselves. Clearly they are cowards and bullies. This country has so much to offer, I don’t need to travel anymore. Please take care, Bill


        • Husband and I have discussed this very thing. Traveling abroad is appealing. But traveling here has it’s advantages and is also appealing. Though I don’t think we are any more safe than the other places I fear. I am just more familiar with “here”. Thank you Bill.


  3. Simply moving, love it. I have a little bit of a different take on being scared, I think its healthy to a point – if we listen to our heart in these moments, we can develop a deeper awareness an inner dialog we often tune out during these tough times. Be well this evening and please take care. πŸ™‚


    • Thank you Cultfit. I agree with you. My fears aren’t about differences. But true and dangerous fears. And still, we must have this inner dialogue, even about these things. Thank you for your positive message.


  4. Sometimes fear brings good change. Why does it take bad to get good?
    I like t shirt idea with simple thoughts, but greeting card good too.
    Hey, by the way? Where in the hell have u been?


  5. This so much reminds me of the figure (a god) holding up a globe… Atlas?? But the message comes though well. There ARE some scary places…and at times, one can look in their own backyard. Fortunately, there are many more places out there that would be wonderful to see.

    (ps Don’t get carried away with your stick figures! Go back to your first one and compare…please.)


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