Think beyond the boundaries of practicality and "shoulds"; this is an open-ended question about possibilities...
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Thanks, CR! That photo is one I took from Canyonlands National Park on a two week trip I took with my kids two years ago. So you're spot on in your understanding of the question.
Not silly at all - that's the kind of unencumbered thinking I was hoping to inspire. Flying is the ultimate metaphor for freedom of movement!
Awesome answer, bmcoll! Thank you.
Beautiful - thanks Amy!
Thanks for ssying in a few well chosen words, what I was trying to say in many.
Thank you Gerg and whonunuwho, I figured I'd leave the idea of infinite sharing up to the imagination, thereby placing "no limits". I couldn't possibly know all the possibilities, but I'd sure enjoy the journey. Pure bliss!
What a panoply of incredible aspirations, whonunuwho! I love that you just let yourself go and came up with a tremendous list of goals. Thank you - excellent response!
Know what? Me too. Most people if asked would say they didn't want to know. I want to say that too, because it sounds so sage. But I'm with you... ;-)
Yeah. Right. Who wouldn't?
Reminds me of a Steven Wright one-liner: "My apartment was robbed and everything was replaced with exact replicas...I told my roommate and he said 'Do I know you?'" As quoted by Rodney King, who passed on earlier today, "can we all get along?" Thx
Great starters - and I definitely like the Kauai condo idea, for selfish reasons... ;-)
Awesome, thanks Tracy!
I completely agree - personal resilience is one of my favorite subjects.
Agreed - thanks, Angelme!
I understand the perspective you're sharing, Agantum - obviously, we need limits. It's a reasonable statement to say we need reasonable limits to ensure we stay sane and in touch with reality. This question just asked others to explore possibility.
Outstanding, thanks shiningirisheyes!