reply to post by TheLonewolf
I'm not sure if I completely agree.
Certainly it's better live a life assuming someone is always watching.
I don't think anyone really knows what our "creater"
Is like, or what he wants. Perhaps the Egyptians were on to something though,
And them Mayan, and Aztec were on to something...
Keeps the pressure on to make the correct choice, or decision.
I for one was the class clown, yet for some reason if I were to have to standup while everyone
remained seated, I would be like a vampire in the sun,
my body temp skyrockets, heart pounding, start sweating and get choked up.
I graduated just this year, and in my school
We had to do a senior project which includes write a at least 8 page report and then present the topic via PowerPoint or prezi to a classroom of the
English teachers choosing.
I learned many skills while doing that project,
And for something we (class of 2012) dreaded for 5 years
(8th gr was merged into the high school)
Turned out to be one of the best things for me and
Something I recommend to all the under classmen.
However the worst part was the presentation,I was nervous internally,
I projected nothing but
My ability to handle it. Also I got real stoned before the presentation (1st hour) lol
But I was able t over come my fear then and there,
the teacher whom I presented to said I seemed real comfortable,
I was not. Haha. But the just throwing yourself into your fears
is sometimes the best and easiest way to conquer them.
After that there was one humourous occasion where I had to present
another thing to a class and as soon as I went to say my first word,
all eyes on me, trying not to crack under pressure,
my throat instantly dries up and I can't breath or talk.
8o I had to go get a drink and the trick was to just go with it,
make the best of it, turnit into a joke, become victorious against the fear!
I'm not sure why I told this story, but it just happened. Deal with it
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