is the most dangerous of spells. For you cannot summon courage to do one thing. You must summon courage to do all things.
Well, I just jumped from Jessica Inclan's right into your blog and I have also had an AHA moment because of your words.
I have done years of public speaking (in fact, since junior high). If you don't have a bit of fear before each talk--if as a pro, you don't need to muster courage--your words grow flabby. With courage your spirit resides fully in your physical being, not lagging some yards in a Lazy Boy lounger.
So, are the words in your weblog ideas you've set down in your manuscript? Just words to live by? They feel like Rorshach test.
I was an actor for years, and that seldom made me anxious. But public speaking, being yourself in front of an audience, I find nerve-wracking.
Rorshach - I like that. Don't know where these snippets come from - float out of the air somewhere. This one feels like the beginning of a childrens story.
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