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Originally posted by ancientthunder
. Eventually it wore off thank God, and I was then enveloped in a true sensation of fearlessness.
I would like to quote an old African saying for those who are currently suffering fear. “the worst that can happen is the worst that can happen”
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by ancientthunder
Dosn't that mean, you have to be certain, of what the worst that can happen, actually is?
Not all africans live in the same safety zone as you do, that doesnt mean it should be our ideal.If you look in to it, its a kind of faith that the worst that can happen will not, in life we need this possibility.
Secondly, you went into a cave ? Alone ? yes! What the hell man ?it could of been a kind of hell. Do you have a death wish ? no if not I would be dead You do realise that can't be considered real bright ? Actually I am considered to be very bright, but like any normal human being I take risks to get to know my self.
I'm not trying to put you down at all but what were you thinking ?I wasnt thinking it was more a case of being attracted to the mountain, I knew her pretty well from the outside and wanted to get to know her on the inside. You realise I get the willys just thinking about that ? I do and I probably know why. because you are intuitively conneting to what was inside the cave. The No.1 rule about caves is don't go alone. I know but this was something that had to be done alone and the area that I went in to was safe physically speaking.
You deserve to havc e the crap scared out of you at least. Don't do that again please.Thanks for your kind thoughts and dont worry I will not and if I do it will be with a lot of people next time.edit on 22-8-2011 by randyvs because: (no reason given)