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Posted December 6, 2000
Chicken Soup for Your Fear of Skiing
I first read Inner Skiing in 1981 as a novice skier. My old copy is decorated with yellow-highlighted passages which I review over and over, like: 'Breakthrough experiences don't occur by trying to make them happen.' My ski instructor in Aspen in March of '82, talking to me when I was having a bad day, asked if I had read 'Inner Skiing.' Hearing I had, he said, 'Read it again!' And so this is a book to read over and over, especially at the beginning of each new ski season. I've been off skis for 10 years; I'm reading it again before returning to the sport I loved. It is the skier's personal psychoanalyst.
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Posted August 10, 2012
Proulouge-rock the kits will be fine.no they wontsnow.what shall we name them asjed snow.rock hesitated.his prophecy was true.the kin of rock will have the power of the tribe of endless hunting but beware one of such beauty will risk grave danger.he stared at the only kit of vthe litter.her shimmring silvnr fur her glittering green eyes....he could not take it.he glanced over his shoulder and saw a stream.he turned to his mate.we ill name her stream were loud frogs croak.
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Posted February 5, 2012
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