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What is the one thing that you frequently speak about? why does it occupy so muc

  1. sofs profile image81
    sofsposted 7 years ago

    What is the one thing that you frequently speak about? why does it occupy so much space in your

    mind?

  2. Dviews profile image60
    Dviewsposted 7 years ago

    Even though I know the answer I always ask myself and others this question.

    My one frequent question is why are some people so hurtful to each other in our world today?

    It occupies my mind because I know the outcome of such evil in our world today and it hurts me to see God's creation being used for evil knowing that there is an heaven and a hell and that all who do bad and have not repented will be going to hell.

  3. Craan profile image69
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    I speak about health issues to my friends and family often. It occupies a lot of space in my mind because I am fed up with our current pharmaceutical industry. To many people are dying from medication complications when we are blessed with a natural world that has created everything we need to sustain ourselves herbs, fruits, vegetables, water, sunshine, etc.

  4. cassyfk profile image53
    cassyfkposted 7 years ago

    I frequently speak about issues involving the institutionalized education system... particularly health education. It occupies a ridiculous amount of space in my mind because I'm exposed to the results of it 5 days a week. Gotta love high school....

  5. JillKostow profile image89
    JillKostowposted 7 years ago

    I frequently talk about Benign Enlargement of the Subarachnoid Space because my son was diagnosed with this about 2 years ago this month.  The reason I speak about it so often is because even though it is something slightly common alot of people are unaware of it and its symptoms.  The symptoms are similar to Shaken Baby Syndrome symptoms and we were almost accused of that awful act.  I think if I can raise some type of awareness people and doctors wouldn't jump so quickly on saying it is SBS without fully examming the child first.  Not everyone in this world abuses their children and I am sure there are some who are sitting in jail facing consequences for actions they may not have committed.  If our doctors were more aware it could have saved us months of grief and stress at the thought of losing our children.  But I am thankful for that one doctor who reconized the facts and cleared us of the wrong opinions made by others.

  6. lindajot profile image70
    lindajotposted 7 years ago

    I frequently speak about my husband because he occupies my mind a lot.  After eight years he is still my best friend and the best thing in my world.

  7. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    Gosh, I guess I talk about myself too much.  Even a fool seems wise when he keeps his mouth shut. . . .but I also have all sorts of unlisted "followers," and I feel a tremendous duty to waste their time, and keep them misinformed, or otherwise confused.

    I'm probably half a bubble off on the level, but who cares if you're feeling good?

  8. Laura Spector profile image81
    Laura Spectorposted 7 years ago

    I speak about art and community a lot.  Making and teaching art are my passions and I think people are happier when they are creating.  When someone is busy creating, there is less time for destroying things, whether it be family, work relationships or friendships.

      When my mind is in the world of making art - I'm contributing something to my community and I have something positive to say...I get positive feedback and positive attention for working hard at something I love to do....It keeps myself and people around me upbeat, interested and engaged..Creativity is magical -  it is the elixir of a happy well-rounded life.

  9. Tusitala Tom profile image65
    Tusitala Tomposted 7 years ago

    Self-knowledge and its applicability to leading a happy life is my passion.   Everything I do seems to lead me back to this.  'Know Thy Self.'   

    The bug bit me way back in the late 1960s when, as a very non-religious, athiestic-type of person, a book about Theosophy came my way.   This got me into reading New Age stuff (hard to come by in the 1960s and 1970s) then into serious meditation.

    The more I learn about 'what' and 'who' we are, the more I feel an almost obsessive urge to let others into that knowing.

 
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