If your daily choices in life resulted in spontaneous tattoos on you, what would they be of?
If the things you actually do the most in your life resulted in spontaneous tattoos and logos on you, what would they be? This could be activities, like a computer game logo or a shopping bag, or the deeper nature of the choices you make - like money, a religious symbol or a pair of justice scales.
Now that's a question! I hope mine would be a cross, a musical note, an old fashioned fountain pen, a rose and something representing motherhood.
A black heart, so signify my poor relationships (which I actually have). Books like on a bookshelf for my true loves. A tribal tattoo, for the beauty and adoration I have for those designs. The symbol of psychology for my major and job choice. A tattoo as a combination of places I've been, like the Arc d'Triumph in Paris or the side of Dracula's castle in Romania, or the side of one of the Myan structures in South America. One third of each because I loved visiting them. Mostly where I have gone and what I have done.
This took no time at all to come up with an answer...unfortunately, on the advice of counsel, I regrettably have to plead the fifth.
My tats would undoubtedly be buddhist symbology....perhaps a touch of hindu symbology (given the close association of the ekayana with the sanatanadharma.Of course..there would also appear images of Mighty Mouse and Underdog, and perhaps a smattering of Stan Lee.
by greeneyedblondie 3 years ago
It may not seem like you always do, but you do. It makes me mad, especially when reguarding parenting, when people say, "You don't always have a choice in life." Yes, you do.You can choose to break into that car over there, you know, the one that always has the keys in it, and go on a joy...
by ngureco 8 years ago
Why Bother With the Future When Your Life is Predestined By God?
by RFox 10 years ago
Peter & SirDent suggested this would make a great topic and I agree. Most of you probably know my thoughts on this subject already. So what do you all think?
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