Thursday, April 19, 2012


Latest posting for the Health Activist Writing Month Challenge WEGO

Prompt #19: 5 Dinner Guests. Who are 5 people you’d love to have dinner with (living or deceased) and why?  

Sacagawea - What was it like leading Lewis and Clark? How would she describe the country and wildlife along the way? What did she think of the men on the expedition? How did she stay connected with her spirit when with them?

My mother’s dad - What gave him peace in life and after? What did he find amusing when he was alive? How could he, as a doctor, choose cancer, to lose his life and family rather than lose his hand in surgery?

My husband’s mom - What was the grounding of her love for her husband? Why could she never protect her children? Did she feel she had to choose between them and him? Could we now be friends? 

Mother Therese - What does she think we can do for others, what we can’t, and what we shouldn’t? What made her happy? How was it that she felt disconnected from God for much of her life, in her “dark night of the soul”? When did she feel the connection and what happened to separate her?

Jesus - I want to know who he really was (apart from all the historic human interpretations and editing ) What was his vision for humanity? Did He enjoy the rich diversity of humanity or did He really see only one way? If he does see just one way, is it inclusive? What advice would He have for me in daily choosing of my path in life?

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