Friday, March 25, 2011

bring it up #2

A GIVEAWAY QUESTION ANSWERED:
if you had to teach something, what would you teach?

if I could teach one thing, I would teach people not to yell & argue over the little things in life, & to be grateful for what they have -pegasus_aprilof84

I would teach art to children & I would encourage everything! I don't like how children's creativity is squashed- just think how boring the world would be if everyone always colored inside the lines! -kakihara

I think if I was to teach anything it would be for people to own their lives & their existence! no one is living your life in your body except you! own it, love it, share it with those who will treasure it... -zestywonderland


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141 comments:

  1. That is a really hard question. I think I .. wow this is like impossible to answer because so much of who I am is based upon past experiences but so much of who I will be is based upon new and future experiences. So I would probably prefer to lose all my old memories, although that would be so sad!


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  2. Well, since I have children. I would definitly want to be to make new memories. Children are gifts so I want to cherish every memory I have of them! Thanks for the giveaway!
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  6. I suppose I would have to choose to loose my old ones, I have a new family and I will go forward from here :)
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  11. I'd rather lose my old memories but be able to make new ones :)

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  13. I would definitely want to make new ones!!! xo

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  15. I would choose to lose old memories and create new ones!
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  16. "Well, since I have children. I would definitly want to be to make new memories. Children are gifts so I want to cherish every memory I have of them! Thanks for the giveaway!"

    Response: I completely agree! I have two children and its they always inspire me to look towards the future.

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  25. I would have to choose to loose my old memories.
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  26. I would probably choose to lose all of my old memories :(

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  29. I think I'd rather lose them than be able to make new ones...the future is more important than the past! harleychrys at hotmail dot com

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  30. This was a hard question! I suppose I would choose to lose the old memories, so that I can make new ones. It would be really difficult to know that each day you were living, you wouldn't be able to remember what happened when you woke up the next!

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  31. In a previous entry: "I think I'd rather lose them than be able to make new ones...the future is more important than the past"
    After reading this, I really had to think if this was true or not. So much of who I am is based on my past experiences. Would I be who I am without those past memories? I think it would depend on your age, how you answer this question. Being so young, I think it would be easier to move forward. But if you are already in your 70s or 80s, you may not be able to afford losing that much of your life's memories.

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  32. That is a tough question, but I think that I would sneak my most important memories on to a hard drive and then choose having the loss of old memories so I can still continue to make new ones with my family. karmajnkeatgmaildotcom.

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  35. This is hard to answer but, I would rather give up all of my old memories then never be able to make new ones. I am very young and hopefully have a lot more exciting things ahead of me(e.g completing my career goals, watching my son grow up,get married, and have kids of his own) there is so much I have yet to experience and so much I have to look forward to! I would give up my past experiences both good and bad and everything that has made me who I am today in a heartbeat in order to experience all of the wonderful things that are to come.

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  36. I would rather give up old memories because my old memories stink

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  40. Hmmm...that's a tough question. This answer may change one day. But today, I'd rather not be able to make any new memories. I value and cherish most of my past memories. As others said, the past helps to shape who we are today, and will continue to do so as we go forward. I'm only 27, but I don't have a family of my own. So, for me that's not a factor (I don't intend on having children). There are people that I've lost and precious memories that I just refuse to give up, that I would never be able to get back if I did. I kind of like living in the past anyways, and I find myself frequently reminiscing.

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  49. My past memories are what has shaped me as a person, but I would want to create new memories and not be completly stuck in the past.

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  55. Oh gosh! I hate to think about losing my old memories-I have so many good ones of people no longer with us. I would have to say I would rather keep my old ones, though it would be sad to not make new ones too. Glad I don't have to make this decision for real!
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  57. Well you have me really stumped I would hate to never make another memory that's really not living so it's death essentially but then the thought of loosing my old memories never remembering my dad at all is a stab to the heart. So I guess I'd keep the ones I have.

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  68. I think I would rather never be able to make new ones. There are so many things in my life i wouldnt want to forget like getting married or having kids.
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    Well, since I have children. I would definitly want to be to make new memories. Children are gifts so I want to cherish every memory I have of them! Thanks for the giveaway!
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  74. This is really a tuff question, I should know the answer because I've had several mini strokes and don't remember things very well anymore but I do remember my past very well. So I have to say the past, I have memories of my Mom, she passed away, so if I only had new one's she would be forever lost, the memory of my kids being born their first words, first steps, first pottie lol, memories of meeting my hubby and getting married would be lost.. so my answer is to never make new ones. But I would rather have both.
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  75. extra entry
    would you rather lose all your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?
    Hmmm...that's a tough question. This answer may change one day. But today, I'd rather not be able to make any new memories. I value and cherish most of my past memories. As others said, the past helps to shape who we are today, and will continue to do so as we go forward. NO.41...I'm only 27, but I don't have a family of my own. So, for me that's not a factor (I don't intend on having children). There are people that I've lost and precious memories that I just refuse to give up, that I would never be able to get back if I did. I kind of like living in the past anyways, and I find myself frequently reminiscing..
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    I've lost loved one's too, all I have are memories of them.. Great memories.
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  84. I think I'd prefer to lose all my old memories. Why? I've lived with them in my brain for some time, and do enjoy having them there, but I'd rather move forward and make new ones.

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  86. That question makes me sad! If I think too much about it I might start crying. But if I had to choose I guess I would lose all my old memories. :(

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  89. Wow you have some good questions. It is a tough one and I am thinking loose the old although it makes me sad to think about.

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  92. As heartbreaking as it would be to lose all my childhood memories, I would rather lose my old memories. I want to see my precious child grow up and I simply cannot miss out on that!

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  93. "Melissa O. said...
    I think I'd prefer to lose all my old memories. Why? I've lived with them in my brain for some time, and do enjoy having them there, but I'd rather move forward and make new ones."

    I find this entry very inspiring. I agree that I would rather move forward with my life and have the ability to make new memories. Life is a gift, and living in the past would only serve to lose the beauty of it (in my opinion). Great question.

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  94. I follow you with Google Friend Connect. I was so into my thoughts, musing about the question you posted, that I forgot I was even entering a giveaway! Glad I found this blog..

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  97. Touch choice, but I think I would rather lose all my old memories and make new ones.
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  98. That is a tough choice to make I would rather keep my old memories and not make new ones cause I have experience working with dementia patients and its really sad to see them forget their loved ones and lose their memory
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  108. never make new ones
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  109. I would like to lose all of my old memories. That would actually be kind of cool to start over.

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  113. Wow! That's a tough one...Having just lost Daddy in October last year, I'd say please let me keep my memories. I miss him so much!! trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  115. i'd rather lose my old memories
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  118. I can't pick either, sorry! :)
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  121. Wow...I don't know how to answer this! My first thought was that I would prefer to keep all my old memories, and I guess I'd go with that. I just keep having flashbacks (LOL) of the movie *Fifty First Dates*. Somebody would have to remind me each morning who the stranger in bed next to me is! :D

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  122. kristenbarnhill said...

    "I suppose I would have to choose to loose my old ones, I have a new family and I will go forward from here :)"

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  132. Wow that is a hard question, I am going to say I would want the new memories thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  134. I would definitely rather lose my old memories in order to make new ones. I'm only 20 and have many more years to make good memories that are even better than old ones.
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