Of Spirits and Ghosts… Veracity Challenge!

It is a belief by many that spirits and ghosts were people who died but are walking among us, though not in flesh. But what if such a belief is wrong? Did it cross your mind that these spirits and ghosts might be the creatures of the earth whose body are made of helium and gases and us, are the beings from another world, whose body are made out of carbon and minerals?

Being made out of carbon, we therefore see creatures made out of gases as entities not of this world… But in reality, they are the earthlings who can mimic and take our form that is made out of carbon and minerals.

If you see a spirit or a ghost, why not tell them, “We come in peace…!”

The Veracity Challenge

The witty and pretty gurl of blogdom, Sophie of Sophie Speaks Up, has challenged me anew after I have successfully hurdled that which is considered to be one of the difficult tournament called the Allergic to “E” Challenge using my indestructible weapon called “Tagalog”, our local dialect! Hehehe!

So why was this challenge of not using any adjectives in a paragraph called the “Veracity Challenge”? I guess you have to accurately describe whatever topic you will be saying in the paragraph without any adjectives…

The rules for this challenge:

1) Write a paragraph without using a single adjective.

2) Keep the link of the original Veracity Challenge in your post (so that the creator of the challenge may receive a pingback)

3) Anyone can join the challenge, you don’t have to be nominated!

4) Nominate 6 Bloggers for this challenge

I hope I made my story without any adjectives. It is quite confusing as an adverb could be construed as an adjective or vise versa. For example, the word “next” is an adjective and an adverb depending on how it was used.

As before, I will leave it up to the readers to join the fun and test their story-telling skills without using an adjective. And please don’t forget to do rule number #2… 🙂

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