Canadian Writers Who Are Christian–Me, a Speaker?

November 29, 2013 at 1:22 pm Leave a comment

Today I posted at Canadian Writers Who Are Christian, a blog by professional members of The Word Guild and authors. The fear of speaking paralyzes many into silence and challenges even those who take the step to the lectern or podium. One can learn to present and do it with class, but it take time, effort and a calming of the nerves.

Children speak naturally enough when they’re small. They find out that their words cause pleasure and joy, and even laughter. They, too, may be silent when a parent asks them to perform in front of family or friends.
 I’ve decided that when the world becomes a stage, humans either jump into it or shy away from it, and I wonder whether Shakespeare was more comfortable writing his plays than performing them. Read more here.

 

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