At what point in our lives do you think we think we are good enough?
Speaking only for myself… never! I wake every day knowing there are goals to achieve and improvements to make.
In life, what do you consider beautiful?
Cats, poetry, art of various forms, nature (flowers, sunsets, birds, butterflies, etc.), and of course my family.
Do you think that when we dream, we can dream within a dream? But if you don’t dream, why do you think that is?
Yes, definitely. I have dreamt about dreaming.
How do you manage your stress or do you not suffer from stress?
It varies. I don’t handle stress well at all, so I try to eliminate it at the source ~ this is why I gave up dating, where others persevere through unpleasantness. I can’t tolerate the bad. It literally makes me sick. But some things can’t be helped; stuff appears out of the blue. I will get physically ill and have to deal with that. I’ll get migraines and take medicine. My sleep will suffer. Etc. I severely manage down interactions with people so that my stress is minimized.
Are there things or maybe just one thing you wish to achieve before you die?
I did want to have success as a writer, but I don’t see that happening. I’m not talented enough, nor do I have the patience to endlessly slog away on a novel anymore when I can get instant feedback via short blog posts.
Some experience many things during their lifetimes, but do you think there is something that everyone should experience at least once?
Are you afriad to be different? To stand out from the crowd, to push away your peers if needs be and say “I am ME!”
No. I’m more afraid of being one of them, though generally I blend in wherever I go, at least superficially. I realize that sounds contradictory, but it’s not. I blend in just enough so that no one notices/bothers me, and then I get away as fast as I can to be apart from them.
Which do you think is easier ‘to hate or to love?’
To hate obviously. Humans are all about forming groups and excluding other humans in order to hate and possibly kill them.