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    The Thrill Seeker’s Guide on How to Make a Slackline Slacklining is a difficult, yet entertaining, sport that is similar to the death-defying feats of circus tightrope walking, minus the balancing pole. The act of balancing while walking on a length of rope has been around for centuries, but only in the last few decades has it taken on new life with those who are looking for an exciting form of exercise and concentration, without the fear of long falls without a net. There are numerous places to go for professional slackline setups, but if you’d like to have a line to walk in your own backyard, you only need a few items and a simple list of instructions on how to make a slackline to achieve your goal and impress your friends with your amazing skills. The History of Slacklining Though acrobatics on high wires has…

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    Adulthood Vs Personhood

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    Gordon 5 destroy to create an adult?’. The depressed person, however, is the inversion of child and adult in that they tread the traceable threads back to childhood, against the forces towing the line towards adulthood. The child garners much glee when they begin to walk: “‘Now we have heard enough of the tight-rope walker; let us see him, too!’”. A ‘tightrope state’ in the ethical imprisonment of the ‘child’ (the ‘self as other’) and ethical administration by the ‘adult’ (the ‘self for other’).…

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    What I Learned In My Life

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    That day has significantly changed my life and my view on life. I no longer stress about the little mistakes I make. Instead, I take note of my mistakes, then I make sure to practice them until I will not make another mistake like that. I now also try to live my life to the fullest. Some on the things I had tried that I was scared to do are; bungee jumping, rock climbing without a rope, slacklining, cliff jumping, and ziplining without a harness. I am not afraid to do things like that anymore…

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