I’m really good at not touching my face. I learned how NOT to do it in Kung Fu class, back in college. If class had started, and you fidgeted, scratched, or moved at all from your attentive stance–it had better been a movement to turn around. If you turned around, you could take care of any pesky hairs stabbing you in the eye, or any other discomfort you were feeling. If you broke concentration and, for example, touched your face, you’d get assigned push-ups. So, after many years and many hundred times that count in push-ups, I’m a professional at…
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