Fast Jet Performance

Fast Jet Performance ∙ Monday December 23, 2019 ∙ duration: 15:24

How to Not Destroy Your Christmas – Walk Your Fine Line

I can self-destruct. I have the power to destroy everything in my world, but I choose not to. Some days that choice is harder to make than on other days, but I take comfort in the knowledge that there are other people out there doing the same thing.I know some of these people well but some I’ve never met; I watch from afar, keenly noticing how fine a line they walk. Occasionally, I’ll read about someone whose done something stupid and I’ll note that they made a different choice that morning – I then briefly consider my own vulnerability.I can’t ‘do’ average and this is a problem…


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