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I’ve always been fascinated with the use of a chalkboard.

When I was still studying in school, I was fond of writing on it, though it wasn’t that good compared to my writing on a piece of paper. That’s why, I really admired my classmates and teachers who make it look so easy to have a good writing on a chalkboard. Luckily, mine was a bad one, because if it were good, I would always be the one assigned to write our lessons on the board. (Ha!)

I also liked the sound a chalk makes while writing.  I was even excited when I found out that there was a “dust free” chalk because you-know-why.

Instead of feeling obligated, I actually felt privileged  when it’s already my turn to clean the board. In our country, we have this tasking that for a certain day a group of students will be in charge of cleaning the room, that’s why they are tagged as “cleaners.” And cleaning the board is the fun part because you get to wipe the board with wet cloth and I feel great seeing the board so spic and span!

Aside from the use of chalkboards in school, people can be so genius to think of how a simple board can make a difference.

Here’s how.

What if you could erase your fears in an instant?

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I found this in Stumble Upon where everyone’s fears get to be erased anytime.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have all your fears gone by just wiping them all out?

How about this one?  What would you write on a wall that asks you what you want to do before you die?

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