Japanese lore suggests that if you fold 1,000 paper cranes, your wish will come true. What would your wish be, and what would you be willing to do 1,000 times to get it?
Wishes. I am one of those people who would wishes for 1000 more wishes. I don’t like to make mistakes, and so often I am hesitant to put myself out there. I don’t make phone calls; I don’t take chances; I don’t ask for help. I am so afraid I will wish for something and then be sorry I didn’t wish for something else. 1000 more wishes would certainly cover that eventuality. Although I am certain I will still find a way to mess it up.
I would wish to be pain free. And for that, I would have sex with my husband 1000 times.
I would wish for a daughter. And for that, I would play trucks with my son 100o times.
I would wish for more confidence. And for that, I would speak in public 1000 times.
I would wish for a clean clutter free house. And for that, I would scrub my toilets 1000 times.
I would wish for a marriage as long and great as my parents’. And for that I would marry my husband 1000 times.
I would wish for tax payers to realize the importance of teachers and education. And for that I would speak at 1000 town meetings.
I would wish for no more teen pregnancy. And for that I would hand out 1000 condoms.
I would wish for affordable, plentiful, and wonderful childcare. And for that, I would stay home 1000 days with my child.
I would wish for 1000 more wishes. And for that, I would give them away to 1000 people.