It’s interesting enough seeing all the religious sites and history associated with Israel , but it’s so much more wonderful and impactful seeing them in the context of a living, thousands years old city with day to day life through it.
“-when I came back I thought, ‘I guess I’m gonna give this another shot.’ It took a lot of work. A lot of work. It was making the decision that instead of ignoring the fact that I have a certain brain chemistry I decided to do what I could to get better.”
-it adds up and you’ve gone out on a journey somewhere new, somewhere wonderful.
In 1879, a postman Ferdinand Cheval was struck by the qualities of a random stone he tripped on while on his mail route.
While most of my improv class is hilarious, there’s one person there who isn’t, but she may be the most important.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that this works for more than just improv and writing, it works pretty well in life too.
The Tyrant? It’s a colossal stress monster.