Wouldn't that be more so impossible to picture completely? To be able to see it in our minds, we need definite definitions. I can begin to imagine a shape where the sides get smaller and smaller to make room for more sides, but a complete picture is unimaginable as an infinite number isn't able to be imagined fully.
The last time I actually prayed was around the age of six. After that, whenever my family prayed around the dinner table or when my mom told me to go pray before bed and stood there watching me, I faked it. It wasn't until the age of twelve or thirteen that I told my family I was done with this bs religion stuff.
This is personal, I'm not bashing anyone else's beliefs.
My nephew decided to hit the golf ball as hard as he could while we were playing miniature golf and backswung into my eye.
I've already got mine
You must have some heavy sleepers for roommates.
If it's not of significance, I will simply ignore it. If someone screamed, I'll look over towards their direction. As long as everything seems fine and they aren't being attacked or anything, I'll block it out.
This and any other sound has never been a bother for me personally.
Well sure after you learn anything and practice it a millions times you would feel this way towards it. If you take anything from calculus and practice it numerous times with different forms of the equation over a long period of time, it would become second nature eventually. It may take longer than you'd like as most problems in calculus do, but it would still be simple to you.
Such as when a character tries on several items in a dressing room and coming out each time in an outfit that is obviously ridiculous looking. You'd rather them to just get on with the plot.
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A student wants to present the right answer before their classmates as not to be made fun of or seem unintelligent. If everyone did this, as you said, you are taking away the largest factor in the scenario. People would be inclined to start saying smart-ass answers etc. since the other students would still acknowledge it as a "good answer." The teacher would inevitably get pissed the hell off and possibly other students who are actually there to learn.
Anyhow, I thought the post was funny in itself, but not so great if it were acted out in reality.
Those are rare occurrences though when this post is directed to the general audience, and I am sorry for your loss.
A little kid playing the game who can hold their breath longer would like to be able to stop their breathing for a while longer than normal, but their will to live and natural reflexes tell them it's time to come up for air.
Either way, I'm not saying a person would want to do these things, but that it's not entirely possible as long as they have the will to live.
Yes, twitching, heart beating, breathing, blinking etc. Sure you can control all of these somewhat, but not entirely.
Except for involuntary actions.