How to Save a LIfe: or learning to laugh at yourself, part 1


This presentation is a real-life autobiography. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will make you want to eat more popcorn. It isn’t a funny story, but you will laugh. It isn’t a sad story, but you will cry. It is a touching story, but there will be no physical contact with the audience. It is my story, but most likely others share the experience.

“Some of us have scars on our faces, and some of us have scars on our souls,” my mother told me over and over. However, it’s much easier to hide our soul than it is to hide our face. In fact, most of us spend way too much energy comparing our insides to other people’s outsides.

Like any great story, the enemy must be defeated. This is my real-life story of facing the dragon and facing reality.

Gary Walter


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