Seven Wonders

Khalil Gibran once said that people will never understand one another unless language is reduced to seven words. What would your seven words be?








I was going to explain why I chose each of the words, but I think that I will allow you to decide that answer for yourself.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Seven Wonders.”

5 thoughts on “SEVEN WONDERS

    1. So many youth- see death from the eyes of a video game- people are not precious in their own right- they are recyclable? In my classrooms of 63, only seven had ever been to a funeral. When I was growing up- guns and death were not seen as they are seen now? If one does not understand the ‘nature’ of death… how can one appreciate the true value of ‘life’?

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  1. Interesting. My husband and I were having this conversation yesterday (of course, we were at a cemetery). He said he was never allowed to go to funerals as a child. We think we protect our children from death, but like you said in your comment above, how can one appreciate the true value of life? I suppose it is why I’m not bothered by cemeteries — because I’m there to uncover life stories, even if all I find is a glimpse.

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