Chapter 6. Travel Thinking Continued . . .


Every good thought you think is contributing its share to the ultimate result of your life.

 --Grenville Kleiser

Imagined Experience

Mary was gliding cautiously across the shimmering ice when one of her skates struck a hard lump on the otherwise smooth surface. Her weight shifted quickly forward and she found herself flying through the air. She landed hard on her shoulder and right cheek, and felt pain go through her body. Her collarbone had been severely fractured and she noticed blood trickling from a cut on her cheek. Then she heard a loud crack and the ice began to separate underneath her. A moment later she could scarcely breathe because of the icy cold water that enveloped her body. The extreme pain ...

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