One Sentence-One Person.
You may find that surprising.
I have a part-time job right now in a kitchen. I needed to raise some money, and there is honor in all work. Well, maybe not all work. Working for the mob; drug kingpin; banking; these all come to mind–but I digress.
During these times of mind-numbing redundancy, I find myself thinking of things to post on this new fangled blog thingy I have become a part of. Today I started playing What Would You Do.
This is not as full-filling when you play it by yourself, but then again the voices in my head were delightful to be with this morning.
My What Would You Do is:
You can go back in time and speak with one person, and say one sentence, what and who would it be?
I vacillated back and forth between a personal or historical person.
If I choose a person from my past, I could change a wrong into a right. I would apologize or forgive an old friend, tell a family member I love them one last time, or yell that perfect sentence that you only think of after the fight.
Ah, but the historical figure. I could change history. There would be great satisfaction in slowing down wars, terrorists, or national tragedies.
What to do?
Which would you choose? I decided, but I don’t want to share just yet. I’m hoping that a few of you weigh in.
One Sentence-One Person. What would it be?