I can make comments about the previous speaker, which is a good opener, talk about what the other guy talked about. Recap on the basics. Verbally mull over the words of a fellow sufferer and piggy-back on his opener, that is if he had a great opener. If his opener wasn’t so great, well, stand back and let the poor sap sink into the lousy talk abyss — get some distance from him, make sure that his stink doesn’t roll over into my stink. How about that?
I like it.
My father would tell me to just get on with it and quit worrying about how to start the talk — simply start the dang talk already. Stand up. Speak up. Sit down. And shut up. Worry about church talk opener?
Forget about it.
Bill Hill lives in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with his wife and three daughters. He provides psycho-social rehabilitation to children.
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