paper 7 - rather stay in the tower or walk the tightrope....

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Brittney Acevedo Professor Sicoli Response paper 7 In thus spoke Zarathustra there is a tightrope walker. The tightrope walker goes halfway and stops. A jester goes onto the tightrope jumps over the tightrope walker and goes to the other side which causes the tightrope walker to fall. The middle part of the tightrope is the most dangerous part. The middle is the most dangerous because it has the same distance from the begging to the end and whichever direction you choose to go in you have to go the same distance. A question that is asked in this situation is would you
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Unformatted text preview: rather stay in the tower or walk the tightrope. In my life I would like to play it safe and stay in the tower but its not that easy. If I want something bad enough Im willing to walk the tightrope and take risks to get it. People have to face their fears and cant worry about failing their task or falling off the tightrope they just have to take chances and go for it....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course PHIL 8 taught by Professor Sicoli during the Spring '11 term at Long Island U..

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