December 2, 2003

Questions: Round Four

To continue the questions...if you're wondering what's going on, go read all about it. With these, I'm caught up so I'll have to start generating content of my own. Keep em coming!

Courtesy of Tiffanie:
Describe the most wonderful, amazing feeling in the world.

Its like a sneeze only better.

From Del:
Which do you consider your most important contribution to the lives of those around you?

In 1989 I began volunteering at a local homeless shelter. I cooked and served meals. Slowly I began to become more involved - I was the youngest person to sit on the organization's board of directors, I did a couple live TV spots and I helped develop a program that went into elementary schools and taught kids about homelessness and how they could help. A few years back I was the first recipient of a state community service award. I think that is, so far, my most important contribution.

Which is your most treasured sense and why?

Sound. Although I'd very much miss sight as well. But I'm not sure I'd be able to handle the world without music.

What is the most important piece of information (or belief) given to you that you need to pass on to someone else?

Good or bad, you can chalk everything up to a learning experience.

If you could delete one person from the history of the world who would it be, and what changes do you think that would make to our current time? of those Star Trek space-time continuum questions. I'm not sure that you could delete any single person or event with out repercussions. Hitler, Stalin, all the viscious dictators are the obvious targets. But what else would that change? Who knows what changes a benign 1938 Germany would cause? I don't have a good answer. That's a toughie.

Posted by Chris at December 2, 2003 2:56 PM

in regards to the last one...someone else would most likely come along and do the same horrible thing anyway. i'm such a pessimist.

Posted by: anne at December 2, 2003 5:37 PM

i love your answer to my question. hehe. *giggles*

Posted by: tiffanie at December 2, 2003 9:25 PM