Get out of my shoes!

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by October Knight, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. "Walk a mile in my shoes is good advice.
    Our children will learn to respect others
    if they are used to imagining
    themselves in another's place.
    "
    - Neil Kurshan


    If you could spend a day living as someone else, who would it be?



    A person in history, a fictional character. Maybe just a type of person; The president, a social worker, carpenter, a homeless person, A successful rich person. Whoever.

    What kind of person would you choose and why?
     
  2. I'd be October. That way I can get credit for all these awesome threads and look like an awesome mod.
     
  3. Batman.

    Don't need to explain myself.
     
  4. Why?

    I'd say Rick Hunter. Yeah, cause then I could fly those badass veritech fighters, and be a big time war hero against the zentradi. Cause... that'd be cool.
     
  5. Julius Ceaser
     
  6. Interesting choices, especially Pete. I heard that guy is pretty damn awesome > <

    Anyone else?
     
  7. I would love to be in the shoes of my friend that I had made here over these three years I known her. I'd just like to see why we don't really see eye to eye with one another.
     
  8. "Never judge someone until you walk a mile in their shoes because then you're a mile away and have their shoes."

    Someone as different from me as humanly possible while still retaining a sense of the world and the ability to comprehend it. Maybe Asmo, I'd gain some interesting perspectives.
     
  9. Bjarni Herjólfsson, who may perhaps be the first European to see North America.

    In particular, I'd like to know his rationale for not stopping in North America. The history of the continent could be vastly different had he done so.
     
  10. Y-y-ya know. This has some really horrid potential to go wrong RIGHT here.... but I won't.


    I'd be several people.

    Jesus (i want to know if he felt the same way i do)

    Martian Luther King Jr. (ditto Jesus)

    Barack Obama, so i know what is really happening in my nation, and because i think people are too hard on all presidents in general.

    a homeless person, i'm a new monastic so i kind of dig that stuff.

    Moses through the wilderness (ditto Jesus)

    and lastly, i'd want to be a tree 'nough said.