Yes, but it may not apply when I am the professional.
No. Neither of us would be happy.
A location, but that changes just as we are all in a state of flux. We may have routines or areas we frequent often, but hopefully we’ll push ourselves to discover what’s out there that may be different from the things to which we’re normally exposed. Step out of your comfort zone, and never hide behind xenophobic sentiments of false security and familiarity.
I think this is an individual truth where what may be true for me may not be true for you, AND THAT’S PERFECTLY ALRIGHT!
Time is what has helped me. In the meantime, practice mindfulness, be introspective, discover yourself and who you are. Reconnect with friends, family, and with yourself.
There are no “good” or “bad” people. Actions, behaviors, and other traits may be depicted as desired versus undesired (subjectively by individuals), but the concept of “good” and “evil” is a mere human construct. If our species was specifically wiped out, the rest of life on Earth would continue without such connotations.
Arbitrarily too vague without context or true meaning.
Yes, but am better with piano. As a classically-trained vocalist, it’s important to be able to play an instrument or two.
Apparently, I answered this elsewhere for you. No, I wouldn’t have been allowed to enter North Korea had I been in the military.
It shouldn’t be a question. You’d be right to state, “What’s always in your fridge.” It’s true, I do keep what in the fridge. I haven’t let what out of the fridge in quite some time. Poor what.
Hug a military officer dressed in a bear costume while in North Korea! True story, and not the scariest part of the trip...
My creative imagination.
That feeling and experience that makes you lose track of all time, cares, or worries.
I have trouble growing either.
Rather revealing intelligent conversation that challenges me.