|If you could travel in time, which era would you visit and why?
||[16 Apr 2008|07:23pm]
So I've noticed something about myself. Whenever I do something that thrusts me in the limelight, be it a speech, a presentation, or an art show set-up (all of which I've done in the past couple of days) I get completely judgemental and critical towards myself. After I say something, I think "you should have said it THIS way" or I always think that I could have done so much better, or could be so much better, and I feel like CRAP. Why do I do this? I don't know, I guess I just have a need to be perfect in everything but feel like I'm lousy in all aspects. Grah.
Anyway. Let's answer the question of the day.
I was just going to skip this question, but then I started thinking about it and realized I do have an answer for it.
I would want to go back to Biblical times. Of course, I couldn't change anything, nor could I interact with people because well.... that screws stuff up. Though it would be kinda cool to read about myself in the Bible, hehe.
But yeah. There's so many questions and debates about whether what the Bible says is literal, if it's all interpreted, if it's just stories, blah blah blah. I'd go and find out the answers. Did the world really flood back then? Did the red sea REALLY part? What if I could be around for the creation of the world? That would be pretty sweet. Probably creepy... but kinda cool. Can you imagine what the planet looked like before we introduced it to trash and exhaust and smog and all the crap that we're destroying it with? I mean, so many parts of nature are the most beautiful things you will ever see. What if it all looked like that back then? It would be so amazing.
Yeah. That's definitely what I would want to do.