Frank Larrabee COVINA, CA, United States
How to outwit the six Ghosts of Fear.
Hill states that before any portion the philosophy this chapter can be put to use your mind must be prepared to receive it all. The preparation is not difficult. It begins with study, analysis and understanding of the three enemies which we shall have to clear out.
These are Indecision, Doubt and Fear.
We might learn a thing or two from Philippe Petit about this.
Philippe is the French high-wire artist who gained fame for his high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, on the morning of August 7, 1974.
On that morning, Philippe stepped out on the wire and started to perform his most famous walk. He was 1350 feet, a quarter mile, above the ground. He performed for 45 minutes, making eight passes along the wire, during which he walked, danced, layed down on the wire, and knelt to salute watchers. Crowds gathered on the streets below, and he said later he could hear their murmuring and cheers.
In 1971, he performed his first such walk between the towers of the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, and in 1973, he walked a wire rigged between the two north pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, in Sydney, Australia.
Certainly we can start each day to clear Our minds of Indecision, Doubt and Fear for less demanding tasks like balancing our check book or to repeat our self talk while juggeling other daily tasks.
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