It’s my turn! I joined the Blogging Boomers Carnival a couple of months ago and this is my week to review what our boomers have recently been discussing. I always enjoy reading what’s on their minds, but this week my fellow boomers have outdone themselves with fascinating articles that you’ll definitely want to check out.
For the most intriguing post of the week I nominate John at So Baby Boomer. He asks:”How frequently could we be experiencing the same thoughts as someone to whom we feel closely connected? It probably happens far more often than we’ve ever imagined.” He explores psi, the technical term for psychic abilities, citing compelling evidence for telepathy from the study of identical twins. I have always believed in telepathy and empathic ability, so I read his article with great interest and found it to be intriguing if not astounding!
Laura Lee Carter at Midlife Crisis Queen is on somewhat the same wavelength with her discussion about finding a partner in midlife when she says: “In the spring our thoughts turn to love. Why not change your mind about finding that special someone? It might just change your life!” Laura Lee believes that our ideas create our reality, insisting that “whatever you focus on grows,” and she suggests an interesting method for stimulating your focus if love is what you seek. This one is my nomination for most hopeful of the week.
I have to give the award for the week’s most controversial post to Rhea at over at The Boomer Chronicles, who is stashing away unused pharmaceutical drugs. When she asks: “A good idea, or a bad one?” and invites readers to weigh in on the question, they comment like crazy and raise some very interesting points. What do you think? Add your opinion to the fray. Continue reading