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On Luke 5:33-39, C
Splat or no Splat
Hmmm....looking forward to sharing notes in a couple of weeks!
Sounds like a fun and wild ride... Throwing caution to the wind career-wise is necessary at times, and I've certainly done it. It's also a bit scary, particular at times like these... but that doesn't make it any less necessary. Check your brakes and let 'er rip!
I remember making go-karts as well. No health & safety back in those days. There are times when we think too much & over analyse. Kids know no fear, that develops as you get older. But, it does hinder us somewhat & that fear does hold us back. If we could combine the lack of fear of a child & the (supposed) wisdom of an adult, think what we could do.
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Hilary Mantel on Film and Drama (16/17)
The Open University - Arts & Humanities
Hilary Mantel talks about the importance and influence television and film have had on her development as a writer. The paragraph as the...
I'd want more pills.
My source of inspiration from this boo... came from a book called Allen Carr's Easy To Lose Weight Book Not totally sure how this question fits in with losing weight ... thats why i felt i had to ask the masses :)
Ok we've had quite a range of opinion on this dilemma - I am fascinated to know what your source of inspiration was, Kat. Are you ready to spill the beans yet? In eager anticipation.....best wishes from the far east (relatively speaking)
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On Completion vs Extendability and Elegance vs Perfection, Pt. 2 of 2
(Part 2 of 2) Here is the link to the original document from which this recording is produced: ON COMPLETION vs. EXTENDABILITY ...
Structure, Revision and Theme (13/17)
The Open University - Arts & Humanities
Novelist Liz Jensen talks about narrative viewpoints, and their benefits and shortcomings in terms of storytelling. Part 13 of 17: ...
On Completion vs Extendability and Elegance vs Perfection, Pt. 1 of 2
Here is the link to the original writing, by Zee Charnoe, from which this audio recording was produced: ON COMPLETION vs....
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