In these days of lockdowns, closures, and physical distancing, what does Open mean to you?
Ready to roll? All you need to do is…
- Write a new post on your iBlog in response to the prompt.
Need more ideas? Not sure what to write around Open?
- Describe a memorable experience in a wide-open space: a desert hike, a picnic, an old-school train station…
- Tell us about a store, restaurant, or public venue that’s currently closed, and that you can’t wait to see reopen.
- Write a haiku (or several) in which “open” is the final word.
- Share a story about a time when you or someone you know acted with open-mindedness and curiosity.
- Post a photo that invokes a feeling of openness (for you, at least) and tell us when, where, and why you took it.
What historical event would you attend if you were able to time travel?
If you could go back in time and relive one day of your life, which would you choose?
What do you wish you spent more time doing?
How do you spend the majority of your online time?
If only there were more hours in the day. What are your tips for saving time?
You get one hour in a time machine. Where to?
Describe a time when you stood up for what you believed in.
If you could go back in time and change something in your life, what would you change?
Describe a time when you had déjà vu.
Have you ever received an emotional shock? How did you behave immediately afterwards? In what ways did your reaction to the shock change over time?
Write a post about your answers to the following questions:
- To what extent do you believe that fate determines what happens in the lives of all of us?
- Do you believe that the actions of others can sometimes determine what happens to you?
- How can the unexpected alter what a person may wish to do at any given time?
Think of a time when you were faced with a serious problem that required you to make an important decision. What did you do? How did you feel?
Write about a time when, under pressure, you acted in away that surprised you.
Write about a time when telling one lie or doing one wrong thing put you in a situation where, to cover your first lie, you had to tell more. How did you finally break the cycle of lies? (If this hasn’t happened to you, think of a time when it could have happened.)
Write about a time when an older person gave you advice which you knew that person would not follow him or herself. What were the results? How did you feel afterwards?
Discuss the best movie you’ve seen recently. What was its name? Who were its characters? What was its plot? What did you enjoy about it?