Day 22 – June1-30Challenge

Day 22 Catch 22

June 22, 1933. Germany became a one political party country when Hitler banned parties other than the Nazis. 

The movie Catch 22 is about the insanity of war. It takes place during WWII

According to the Oxford Dictionary, a catch 22 is “a dilemma or difficult circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions”.

Write about a time you were in a catch 22. Or write a fictional piece about a catch 22.

Alternative:
June 22, 1944. U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed the “GI Bill of Rights” to provide broad benefits for veterans of the war. 

We’ve heard of the “Voters’ Bill of Rights”, “Patients’ Bill of Rights”, and “The Bill of Rights” made up of the first ten amendments to the Constitution.

Today you get write your own Bill of Rights. What “Rights” do you want to award to yourself or your family?

I feel incapable to write anything now on this! All thoughts seem lost.
Let me see the alternative one.
What rights would I want to award to myself or my family?
1. The right to borrow and read books from any library in the world! 😍😍
2. The right to use WiFi anywhere and everywhere, wherever I move.
3. The right to eat whatever I wish for without putting on weight! 😒
4. The right to travel anywhere to the world, free ticket and free visas, whenever I want!

I guess these rights are enough. Nothing else popping up!
What would be yours??

Take care all.
Best wishes. Stay happy and blessed!
S.F.R.

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7 thoughts on “Day 22 – June1-30Challenge

    1. I’m glad you too think likewise Lion! 🙂
      Sometimes after traveling places you realize how different the world and life is for others!
      What more do we need now, than making the world a better place! 😦

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  1. Haha! Wonderful! I can relate to that, especially right nr. 1 + 3! Nr. 1 really is important: a couple of years ago I went to England in research for my master thesis and wasn´t allowed to use one the libraries that was connected to a private university! In Germany that´s kind of unheard of! Sure, there are lots of requests to fill out sometimes but access is normally granted. As for nr. 3 that´s obvious, isn´t it? 😉

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