I wouldn’t dare to!
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My imagination runs wild…some of run the gamut of all these things. Thank you Colleen, food for thought. ❤
You’re welcome Heart ❤
up and down and all over the place. where we find ourselves at any given moment
Up and down for sure Beth. And so quickly to change from one to the other.
Yep – all of them!!!
And more!!! 😉
You’ll never ever know, unless you get out there and have a go. 😊 and you’re looking very cute in your Irish green, I think I’m always sure to spot you. 😊
Why thank you kind Ivor 🙂
Just like me! thank you for summing it up!
The artist in me is loving the sketches..perfectly Irish!
Thank you MM, what a fantastic compliment you give me!!!!!! ❤
wonderful drawings and I agree with Ivor.you never will know, if you do not dare!
Thank you Anie 🙂
Love this one
Thank you Lynn 🙂
I really love your illustrations! I am learning more and more all the time about not assuming! 🙂
Thank you Debra. It’s something I have to keep working on too!
what does “assuming” mean here? (There are too many meanings for this word) Did it mean that you should not go too far?
It’s like you would believe something, or think something, without reason or proof to think it.
Uhhhhh, that‘s hard! So you advice, not to act if you are not totally sure? This can be hard, because there also will be no changes, that you might want to have, no?
Anie, in this instance, when I wrote “don’t assume” I was referencing the pictures and the words together. For example I wrote “warm” and “cold”. If you look at the pictures you could “assume” that the person standing in the house is warm, and you could “assume” the person outside in the snow is cold. What I meant by not assuming, is … the person in the house could feel emotionally cold by being alone and the person outside may feel very warm and excited about being outside playing.
OK. it’s more about the fact that things are often different than they seem, that you should be more open? This warm cold comparison is beautiful and I thank you for your patience and explanation. I really seem to be absolutely untalented in interpreting poems. Sorry, but I like reading them anyway.
No apologies needed Anie. We are all free to interpret and ‘see’ what we see when we read. 🙂
thank you! Yes everybody sees and reads poems in his way. What he sees and feel depends of how he feel and what he experienced in his life. But if there are comprehension problems because of language or lack of knowlegde this is always a pity in my eyes!
Well I think you always ask so it doesn’t have to be a pity here. 🙂
you are right! 🙂
Inside out sometimes plays better, sometimes not. You got it going on, MBC.
😉 Keeps us hopping doesn’t it? 😉
It is best to try going into things unopinionated. Hard to do, sometimes!
Yes it is 😉
I’m glad you agree, Anie. 🙂
well also here I need a help with the word “unopinionated”…does it mean without fear or without an too fixed opinion?
“Unopinionated” would mean not having an opinion.
thank you….: )…so it is really hard sometimes to go into at least conversations without an opinion, and I agree that it would be easier to do so…..during the day I usual pass my day without any opinions I mostly take situations as they come…this is kind of relaxing, although I know there might come some stress situations where I will not know how to act, because I never made up an opinion….but I rely on nature and feeling….and at least it feels more natural.
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