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|Messner: I occasionally have the desire to stop mountain climbing and imagine |
that I just keep walking, for decades, maybe ... Messner: Yes it's very interesting,
and I keep imagin- ing . . . that sooner or later in my life I don't look back anymore,
|I'd rather walk around a dark street than go through it, no matter how much time |
it's gonna take me to get there. If people call ya, I just keep on walking if I don't
know the person. I look back and just keep walking. I suggest: Don't walk alone at
|So, I just followed what she said. I went in front of her and started walking. |
Because of her age, my Granny was a slow walker, so I couldn't help but look
back to see if she was still there. “Don't look back, just keep walking”, she told me.
|“Well, I have a bad feeling about that car that just went by.” So Karen looked back|
. “Hey, Christine, they're coming back.” “Ya, I know. But just keep walking. Don't
look at them. Act like they're not even there. Look, Karen, when I tell you to run ...
|As they go, Brent whispers between his teeth, “Just keep walking, God damn it. |
And don't say a damn word.” Scotty looks back and sees that Kim-Li and the boys
in black are watching them go. He wants to go back and talk to Kim-Li to find out ...
|Life of Pi is a masterful and utterly original novel that is at once the story of a young castaway who faces immeasurable hardships on the high seas, and a meditation on religion, faith, art and life that is as witty as it is profound.|
|When you leave me here, go East, and don't look back, even if you hear |
someone calling your name. Eventually ... As you approach the entrance, you will
be tested for your heroism and conviction, don't falter, don't panic; just keep on
|“Just keep walking. Don't look back. We're almost home.” Despite her husband's |
advice, Margaret couldn't help but look back once more at the trio of youngsters
shadowing them persistently, the eerie glow of the interspersed street lights ...
|'It mightseem like bad manners, but I don't really want to talk. What's important |
right now is getting you back to your car. ... 'Tom ... I've just seen a man.' 'Keep
walking.' 'He's over there by the big rock.' 'Don't look athim.' 'Buthe's looking at me
|“No, don't look back,” Rob ordered. “Just keep walking.” “Is it Stevens or Lewis?” |
Lane asked. “Neither. I don't recognize him. Just keep moving at a casual pace,
while I figure something out.” Lane kept walking. Rob wasn't supposed to call him