who am i,
World At Your Feet
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History has much to teach us. Many wise ones have come before us. It is up to us to uncover their wisdom and apply it.
Thanks for this Lissa.
Talk to you soon.
I think the reason it appears somehow confusing it is because it is a riddle. The author is unknown. So I don’t know if it was written a long time ago. I am glad that you see the perspective. I love riddles because they often challenge your belief system. LOL.
Half the things you do, you might just as well turn
over to me, and I will be able to do them quickly
I am easily managed; you must merely be firm with me.
Show me exactly how you want something done, and
after a few lessons I will do it automatically.
Those are the lines that will confuse it for most people, myself included, thats why one of the choices were a dog lol but yes I see the perspective and liked it
This riddle is hard to get. Here is the answer: your beliefs. According to the Wikipedia encyclopedia:A belief is the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true… “We create beliefs to anchor our understanding of the world around us and thus, once we have formed a belief, we will tend to persevere with that belief”. Personally I like this definition of belief: “A belief is a thought we hold and deeply trust about something. Beliefs tend to be buried deep within the subconscious with the result that they trigger automatic reactions and behaviors. We seldom question beliefs; we hold them to be truths”. Read it over again when you have time and see if it makes sense to you now.
Hmm.. I think there is alot of things that will in the riddle that will contradict my answers, but I’m really curious what your answer is.
But my thoughts were:
too many things don’t make sense until I know the answer I guess
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