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Unformatted text preview: real truth behind it. In my opinion it’s better to go on wondering then actually finding out for fear of getting yelled at or finding out something I didn’t want to know. From the last lecture when randy went up and asked without fearing the consequence of the action. This shows me that is what you have to do because if you don’t ask you are just living in fear and if you ask you may get something better than you expect. Also I can see this relate to the brick wall he made an example of because not asking then you can’t conquer what you wanted. This summarizes what I am afraid to ask and what I believe would happen if I asked my parents the question. In conclusion, from reading the last lecture point of view from just asking something we can see if you don’t ask then you is just living in fear. Also it shows that sometimes asking outweighs not asking so therefore you should always ask....
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course EDUCATION 202 taught by Professor Disasasa during the Spring '11 term at Presbyterian.
- Spring '11