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12 November 2016

Wisdom 2.0

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There are enough motivational quotes to be found on the web. But these are wise words that I wanted to share.

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  1. That quote by Ira Glass is amazing! Love them all, of course, but I understand what she says so well, especially as someone who is blogging because I seek to create constantly something I am happy with, something that would inspire even myself, something I would love to see myself as an expectator on my blog, and most of the time I am disappointed. However, with time, I notice improvement and I might get there at some point, or maybe never (the curse of being a perfectionist). The struggle is worthwhile, though.
    I wish I had time to retake painting, which is something I struggled like what she describes for years, but I was always so crushed, that I gave it up, not intending to, but because other things took my whole time instead. I feel inspired to organize myself to do everything I can to create in every field I love. Thanks for posting all these inspiring messages. x

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