Last week we talked about the law, namely whether you would prefer to go back in time and enact a law of your choosing or do the same thing in the present. As always, the comments were thoughtful and thought-provoking.
As it turned out, twice as many of you preferred to go back in time and enact a law or to do away with certain laws, like Jim Crow. One commenter turn back the clock and create laws to protect animals from abuse. I love that there are such wise, kind-hearted, and passionate people taking tea in the kasbah. Social justice and animal rights rank pretty high on my to-do list should I ever do some time travel to the past.
Then there were those who felt that the lessons and mistakes of the past should be used as guides in making today’s world a better place and that we’d be better off enacting laws in present. Another intelligent and thoughtful approach.
So what did I choose? I went back and forth on this one, weighing the merits of altering the past or staying in the present and doing what I could to make positive change now. But when push came to shove (read: time to publish the post), I decided I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to go back in time and hopefully spare large groups of people (and animals) the injustice and suffering they endured.
And now, on to this week’s question…
Would you rather
have someone bring you breakfast in bed tomorrow morning
– OR –
be able to sleep in as late as you want?
So which will it be, lovely readers? Will you choose to have a delicious breakfast of your choosing delivered to you in bed? Or will you decide that getting as much sleep as you can is the better choice? Sit, sip, and share. I always love to hear from you.