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Feature Article by Frosty Wooldridge
As you grew up, you experienced different lessons along your life-path. You discovered a hot stove hurt when you touched it. A candle flame caused pain when you passed your finger over it. A rosebush thorn made your finger bleed. A bee sting caused you terrible agony.
From those experiences, you avoided the obvious in your daily meanderings. Marching into your teens, you discovered friendship, jealousy and betrayal. A bully beat you up. A girlfriend undermined you in your pursuit of a boyfriend.
In nature, you learned to run for cover during a lightning storm. When a dog gave chase, you picked up a stick to protect yourself.
You learned life-lessons either by your parents advising you or you learned the hard way by direct experience.
As you grew into your twenties, relationships grew more complicated, you worked a job with acerbic bosses and cantankerous fell
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