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337: Who or what is the greatest enemy of mankind? Ignorance. It drives religious warfare, racial discrimination, and every other kind of spiteful, divisive activity that turns one man against another.
338: What’s something you wish you had done earlier in life? Probably traveled, before I was tied down. But I would say I am happy with my life overall today, the wanderlust gets a bit less with each passing year. I’m not sure if that’s a good or a bad thing.
339: What is the closest you have ever come to fearing for your life? I got horribly sick once and wound up in the ER. Passing out and waking up in the hospital is pretty scary, especially when you’re not often sick.
#340: How do you deal with isolation and loneliness? I don’t really get lonely. I guess I am not a very social person. But usually I can text one of my friends or snuggle a cat and that makes me less lonely.
#341: What do you know well enough to teach to others? How to make excellent chocolate chip cookies. This is a work of art years in the making.
#342: What’s a quick decision you once made that changed your life? Kissed a boy on a whim. Eight years later, here we are. (Happy Valentine’s!)
#343: What have you lost interest in recently? I’ve kind of lost interest in life in general. I’ve just felt a bit blah. I keep trying to feel better though. Hopefully as spring comes I’ll perk up a little—I think I’m just really tired of being cold!!
Cait @ Paper Fury
Aww, your answer to the second-to-last one is SO STINKIN’ CUTE. Good for you. :’)
But eep, I’m the same with the Wanderlust. I wanted to when I was a smallish teen? And now I’m like “let me stay here with my comfy bed and my safe house”. I’m not sad about it though? Life is short. We must do things (or not do the things) and just be happy. *nods*
I am such a creature of comfort! I want my warm blanket, my Kindle, and LOTS of food. And also, I know having pets and traveling all over doesn’t mix well. So…I’m happy with my life? But I guess now I’m an insatiable traveler via books. They do fill the adventure gap a little!