My life is absolutely predetermined. Our path is laid out before we are born, and it is up to us to participate or not.
Well, that would be at Dale College in hostel, as a full time border. I would have been in the middle of the pecking order, between the 6 year olds and the 12 year olds.
I was a shy small boy, but being good at sport helped my confidence and my acceptance. I think I probably realized then how important sport is.
Watching rugby videos with my family.
As someone they could talk to about anything.
Is that a question? We all need a God in our lives – God is like a reality check in our lives.
One doesn’t’ want to go around consciously breaking rules (not a great question for an ex teacher!) But I have broken some! (silence)
Everytime we go out to play in a test match. It’s having the expectation of a nation before those matches. The greater the expectation, the more terrifying..
Bullies and spoilt kids
Having personal dislikes serves no purpose. I would like to say that I dislike my thinning hair or other things like that, but harboring negativity is not healthy. I think if I had to answer something, it would be that I over react sometimes
I would buy a rugby team and coach it to excellence.
I have spent so much time away from home, so I would leave it up to them and I would spoil them doing what ever they wanted to do.
Anything that didn’t mean sitting in an office.
That I haven’t changed
That I have changed..
People who are not genuine
Being appointed as national coach. I applied three times, you know.
Let’s just say, I was a Jack Russell who became a Great Dane
Are you talking about love? There are many ways to have your heart broken you know.! My answer would be that you are only 18, move on. You have the rest of a great life ahead of you.
Yes (silence again)
That life is no dress rehearsal, that we only live once, and that more often, it’s the things we don’t do that we regret the most.
Life is an opportunity to express oneself and to leave a positive mark.
Yes, every time we win a test match.
You shouldn’t have to ask – I would be playing rugby in heaven, of course.