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Unformatted text preview: Joshua Sipe Experience 5 I. Feelings and Description A. It seems that every experience that is assigned I get different feelings about. In this exercise, at first, I found it hard to think of things that I have said “I can’t” to, but eventually I came up with a list of ten things which I said I can’t do. The list was: I can’t do all this work I can’t eat fried mushrooms I can’t out wrestle this person I can’t give up I can’t let down family I can’t let down friends I can’t do this math problem I can’t drive a standard I can’t fix the thermostat I can’t make everyone happy Once revising my list I realized that most of them had to do with the will do them, while others required a specific skill in order to do them. Also after looking over my list I realized that some of my can’ts are actually won’ts. This made me feel better about my list because I rarely say that I can’t because it is unacceptable. This exercise made me happy and I was proud that it took me a I can’t because it is unacceptable....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2009 for the course ENGL M02 taught by Professor Mr.coolage during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Adirondack.
- Spring '08