posted on Jun, 7 2010 @ 12:06 PM
From an early age I've learned to live in a constant state of fear. Fear's grip can last for decades; after growing up for most my life like this.
Constantly watching and aware of my surroundings, my words, my movements enhancing and decreasing a chance to avoid harm. A fear, which I knew so
little about was my master. It sapped from me my strength, my will. Where others strode, I stumbled and fell. It was in this state that the
ultimate impression could be made, the ultimate imprint of will. With my defenses down I was vulnerable, a brittle shell. A cell without a membrane.
Anything could permeate it's way into my mind. And it is in this state you are.