E.M.’s Sunday Ramble Prompt #24

Welcome back to the next Sunday Ramble. For those that are just joining us, the Sunday Ramble Prompt will be based upon a certain topic. I will ask five questions about that topic (sometimes a bonus question will surface), and you can ramble on however you wish. This post will be scheduled for 5 a.m. PST (California Time) every Sunday.

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This week’s topic is:

The “T” in the Road

This week is going to be a little different. I am giving a scenario with five questions about that scenario. My goal is to trigger creativity and to give you some reflection on that creativity. You can choose the path for yourself, a character in a book, or be a work of fiction that creates a character to write about.

Image by E.M. Kingston

Here is the scenario:

In your dream, you are standing at a T in the road. You have to choose which way to go (backward, forward, left, and right). Behind you is something you fear. In front of you is an obvious destiny. To the left is something you really want. To the right is something you really need.

I hope you enjoy the ramble!!

There is never a limit on how much or how long you can ramble as long as you enjoy doing so πŸ™‚

Happy Sunday!

Here are the questions:

  1. What is the fear behind you?
  2. What is the obvious destiny in front of you?
  3. Would you choose to go back where you came from if the path would bring more good than bad?
  4. If going forward had a negative consequence on your path, would you consider going forward if it was the path with the most reward than the other directions?
  5. After final consideration of all of the paths, which way did you go, and why?

I hope that these questions make your minds ramble on and on, and I hope you enjoy the questions πŸ™‚

Once you have rambled on all of the questions, be sure to tag it with #EM-SRP and create a pingback to this post.

Please visit your fellow bloggers to see how they are doing today, and my answers are coming in another post πŸ™‚

xoxo, E.M.


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