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My Challenge Week 2๐Ÿ˜Š

Iโ€™ve decided to host a nice weekly challenge thatโ€™ll get your creative side of the brain going! All you have to do is to comment your opinion on the picture either in a separate post on your blog (and link it back here) or in the comments section below. The winner gets a mention in my next post! I hope you like it.

Please share this post because I’d love to get as many opinions as possible๐Ÿ˜Š.

Now for the picture:

โœจGood luck everyoneโœจ

26 thoughts on “My Challenge Week 2๐Ÿ˜Š

  1. Great idea!

    I think this means that a new perspective or opinion can make you see things in a whole new light. When I was little I was obsessed with creating a newspaper called The Flashlight Journal. Now when I look back at my plans I laugh, but I still think that was a great name. It symbolized that the articles would shed light on (I apologize for all the light-related expressions) new ideas and topics, guide a way (not “the” way, just “a” way) for readers, and provide a space of safety, welcome, and clarity.

    When you read a book and/or take in a new perspective, if done right, it doesn’t manipulate you or trick you into seeing something different. You see the same “reality” you saw before, just through a different lens.

    Light isn’t different for everyone. We all see the same light. So when a story shared with you opens up your eyes, everyone around can see the light too. And through our differences, we light up the world.

    That’s my take. Thanks for sharing this drawing with us. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. Very well put!

      I think that when we were kids, some of us tried to shed light on themselves by starting a diary, writing a story, or even making a newspaper. And I think that sheds the light on what a great talent some of us had at so early an age (sorry for the light-related expressions lol๐Ÿคญ)

      I’m excited to see your comment on my next challenge on Tuesday๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค—

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  2. It took me a moment to get it. I think it means that books can bring light (i.e. clarity of mind) to the readers, who then apply that clarity to whatever they encounter in their daily lives.

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