I do not have one as i believe possessions can not be taken with you when you die, but do you have a most treasured possession?
Well, of course not, but don't you have some possession right now that you value highly?I do not have one as i believe possessions can not be taken with you when you die
Well, of course not, but don't you have some possession right now that you value highly?
I don't think good health counts as a possession, but that is something that I am very thankful for, and that I value very highly.
Of my actual possessions, this one is up near the top, my 1948-ish HD Panhead:
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Probably my Fender Stratocaster*:I do not have one as i believe possessions can not be taken with you when you die, but do you have a most treasured possession?
Probably my Fender Stratocaster*:
* But after one of my dear cats died about a year ago I came to the stark realisation how little inanimate possessions like these actually mean to me. But then again, we are all going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones:
Isn't that the truth a lot of the time.Almost everything mine and around me. Their existence completes mine and indicates my possessions of them.
Once I thought what I had lost would remain as an open wound that time could never have healed. But later I realized I had been severely *possessed* by those materials instead of me being their owner who should have possessed them. It is the worst obsession I've ever had.
Nobody knows what they have until they lose it.
Box of memories where I keep various souvenirs and little gifts from dear people. But I'm not overly attached to it, I always put things inside but never take time to take them out and remind myself. Maybe I'm not old enough yet :-)
I don't own anything especially valuable or precious. I'm proudly owned by a black cat and a crazy cockerspaniel.
I don't know but I'm not particularly fond of things and I don't have any hobbies that require special equipment.Gosh how old do you have to be to have a treasured possession[emoji3] i love it you have a cocker spaniel and a cat.
I don't know but I'm not particularly fond of things and I don't have any hobbies that require special equipment.
I like coffee and good food and magnesium salt in my bath :-) but all of these come and go away so I don't consider them to be possessions.
Oh! Now something come to my mind! It's a 50 years old Teddy bear that my mum got when she was 5 and he was my favourite toy, too! His name is Mishko (little Michael). I almost forgot about him because I haven't seen him for ages! But yes, I would definitely save him in case of fire right after family, pets and important documents. He definitely is more valuable than my memory box.