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    Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    Respected Sir,

    First of all i am very thankful to Usingenglish.com for providing this wounderful way to help students.

    Sir i am in problem, i want to need your help, sir i want to need an Eassy about (IS FEAR A MOTIVATING FACTOR OR A STUMBLING STONE).

    Sir please send me an eassy about 300 words, via Email.

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    Re: Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    I will cheerfully write your essay if you will return the favor by coming to my house and doing the three or four loads of laundry that have piled up during the past week.

    Seriously, we cannot do your homework for you. We can give you some ideas for you to pursue, however. How does fear affect you personally? When you are afraid of something, do you back away and avoid it, or do you feel challenged and determine to overcome it? Think about how you feel when you are afraid, how you react, and then put it down on paper.

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    Re: Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    Quote Originally Posted by fahadsaeed View Post
    Respected Sir,

    First of all i am very thankful to Usingenglish.com for providing this wounderful way to help students.

    Sir i am in problem, i want to need your help, sir i want to need an Eassy about (IS FEAR A MOTIVATING FACTOR OR A STUMBLING STONE).

    Sir please send me an eassy about 300 words, via Email.

    I Shall be very Thankful to you.


    Faithfully Yours
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    Oh, come on! What you need to do is write the essay. You're right about UsingEnglish being a wonderful resource - so don't treat it as a market-place for plagiarists.

    Go ahead - write the essay and ask for comments. People around here are very helpful, but they aren't stupid.

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    Re: Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    I will cheerfully write your essay if you will return the favor by coming to my house and doing the three or four loads of laundry that have piled up during the past week.
    You forgot to mention that the windows need cleaning too, and possibly the lawn could do with a trim.

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    Re: Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    You forgot to mention that the windows need cleaning too, and possibly the lawn could do with a trim.



    However, at this time of year in Michigan, the lawn is buried under several inches of snow. I will welcome his assistance in shoveling our driveway, though!

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    Re: Is Fear a Motivating Factor or a Stumbling Stone

    We had a cold spell here last week and the coldest temperature in Phnom Penh for thirty years was recorded- a freezing 61 degrees.

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