What can you see when you look out of your window?
14 Jun 07
hmm,i am not sure if i followed you. i always get some ideas when reading,and books are really inspiring.i got some of topics from books i read before.global warming is a hot topic now,when i see that kind of topics,i can't imagine the future. or maybe i should look out of the window to see if there's something beyond my vision.
14 Jun 07
That's a very deep answer yanstill! Very thought-provoking, thank-you :-) The question was really a lot less interesting than you thought though - I had just meant what can you see when you look out of your window, and what effect does that have on your mood, creativity etc. But you've taken the question to new philosophical levels here with a great response! Thank-you again :-)
16 Jun 07
LOL - I see! I'm sorry that confused you - I just picked a photo of a lovely view in the region where I live. I just thought it would be nice if it was my view! But you make some interesting points, and I quite wish I had asked the question you thought I did :-) All the best to you Yanstill, whether you're enjoying looking out of the window, or looking inside at your own personal view :-)
9 Jun 07
I lived near the street and when I'm looking outside the window I saw a lot of houses, different people like students, lovers, children, people who is drinking in the street, laughfing and even beggars, oldies, pet dog, cat,rats there's a lot more to see. And I'm not happy with it. hehehe really I'm not coz it's noisy and if I have a choice I want to have a window near the shore so I can only see waves and water.
9 Jun 07
It sounds like you have a busy and vibrant view from your window! I can understand why you'd want to escape to the shore every now and again, as it must get pretty tiring to have so much going on around you all the time:-) Thank-you for your lovely description, and I wish you some peace and quiet!
19 Aug 07
That's a gorgeous view! It must be very inspiring and relaxing, particularly when Neocon myLotters are getting bellicose! Nature's great - I could never tire of a gorgeous view of nature - not only is it breathtakingly lovely, it's constantly developing and changing with the seasons :-) All the best to you Adrenochrome, and keep on enjoying that view!!
16 Jun 07
That can't be very relaxing ranjeet, unless you enjoy watching other people in class, and are glad it's not you!! I used to live near a school once, and it was always nice at playtimes and lunchtime to hear the happy buzz of the children - it also reminded me of my childhood. And I suppose it's quite quiet where you live during school holidays! Thanks for your response, and all the best to you!