Morning! And welcome to another “uplifting” Sandbox Writing Challenge. I quite liked last week’s challenge. I found it very clarifying for me. This one is oddly interesting. I’ll be really curious to read what ya’ll have to say! I wonder if we’ll “harmonize…” 😀
Up we go!
Imagine yourself floating among these clouds in harmony with everyone and everything. What can you do to make that happen?
Don’t fall asleep while you’re floating around up there or you’ll never get your post done! So what do you think? 😉
As always, remember to include the link to this post on YOUR blog post. Or if your response isn’t overly long, feel free to leave it in the comment section below. And please feel free to interpret the prompt however you wish: memoirs, poems, pictures, etc.
If you would like to see the previous prompts, they’re listed in the menu at the top of the blog in The Sandbox Writing Challenge. But please feel free to just jump in wherever we are at the moment! After all, the prompts are really for YOU to get to know YOURSELF. (Posts from past prompts you wish to tackle will always be added to the current week’s challenge page.)
Be an angel now and go have some fun with this challenge! 😀
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Lori’s post (As The Fates Would Have It) from The Sandbox Challenge #45 — Take a Stand!
Jane’s post (Making it write) — The virus that saved the world
Linda’s post (Spiritual Dragonfly) — A Little Bit Of Harmony
The Rolling Blogger (rollingblogger) — I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing
Raili’s post (soulgifts — Telling Tales) — Out of this world
Fimnora’s comment (Quantum Hermit) — see comment below
Calen’s post (Impromptu Promptlings) — What’s the point?
Lori’s post (As the Fates Would Have It) — Floaties
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Imagine myself floating among the clouds in harmony with everyone and everything. What can I do to make that happen?
I have a good imagination. I have no problem imagining floating among or upon the clouds. It reminded me of cloud Island from Dawn of Fire. And I could imagine being in harmony with everyone and everything. I’m reading about ‘Time Before Time’ from a book which speaks exactly of that.
How the prompt should have left it at that. All would have been Sublime. She instead had to ask the impossible. What can I do to make that happen?
In the mundane world as sad as it is to say, I don’t see that happening. Our species is unable to achieve that, and being of that species, even with desire to make it happen, alone, I cannot.
However, individually, traveling to that ‘Time Before Time’ would afford that for me. The key then, is to Journey. But we need to look at the idea it really asks, how can I make that happen for me within my own life? But it goes further and Everyone must do the same thing at the same time.
I have sought to live in harmony with all things, and I strive not to allow my thoughts to become mired in the goblin mud of negative emotions.
I would say that it isn’t so much about making it happen for the world but for each of us individually. If it takes heading out and communing with the green ones, visiting the fayerie realms, and being ever Vigilant of my own ways, then it that is the way I see to do it. It does require Magic.
Remember, no matter where we go there we are. So go toward peace, and live in harmony beginning with self, and moving outward. It is like that adage that we cannot love another if we cannot love ourselves. But we cannot live in harmony with others if we cannot live in harmony with ourselves.
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“But it goes further and Everyone must do the same thing at the same time.” I get exhausted just reading that sentence! I did love your last paragraph. I think you nailed the reality of it!
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I can think of a few things!
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You’re always a man of few words! 😀 You should take a gander at Jane’s blog above you there. I think you’d heartily approve!