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The Climb

 

It was a horrible day with rain, thunder and lightning. Most little children were scared. I asked my brother if he was scared. Trying to be as strong as possible he said no. Every time thunder sounded, he began to cry. So I climbed into my tree house that I used when I was younger. I began to read my brother's mind. He thought I was going to die. I began to climb higher in my mind reading after that one storm.

I could read my teacher's minds, my family, and my friends. So I knew when my teacher would ask a question. I was able to block people's thoughts when I didn't want to listen to them. I didn't have to make strange faces or put my fingers up to my temples to read minds. I just had to listen and I would hear them.

One day I read a new student's mind. Her father left the family. Her brother was in jail. She had a half-brother she couldn't even meet. Her father's side of the family hated her. Her mother's side was closer than anyone else. Her mother was like a sister. So I knew I could trust her with my secret.

I told her, and her best friend. They did keep my frightening secret. They didn't act awkward around me. The strange thing was every time I read their minds, they would look weak. So I would only read their minds if curiosity was shadowing over me. One week I decided to read their minds every day. They were sick and tired by the end of the week. So I decided I wouldn't tell anyone else (except my therapist) and no one would be hurt. My therapist's thoughts were that they had heard this story before.

I was able to save a few people's lives with this amazing power. I am proud to be a psychic.

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Dagr (9 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-07-24)
Yes, it is kind of intrusive and rude, although the ability to communicate telepathically is something we would all benefit from and desire.

I know a person that does happen in to people's brains on occasion apparently without much regard for privacy! It would be nice to hear back.
Ruth (4 stories) (156 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-04-23)
i think it would be intrusive and rude to read someone's mind, especially if they did not give you their permission.

Im curious to know how you go about saving lives with your ability to read minds.

I am also curious to know why you are seeing a therapist.

And why is this a frightening secret. What are you scared of.

Ruth - medium 3 years
Dagr (9 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-04-15)
I wouldn't recommend climbing up trees when it's storming outside anymore! Do you have any tips to share about reading minds?
isisevangeline (3 stories) (172 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-04-14)
It's good that you feel proud of your gift and are helping people you care in your own way. But the way the people around you feel tired. I would advise from my own experience that you don't cross the line of curiosity for privacy and helping out of consideration.

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