We like to have an excuse. Someone or something to put the blame on.
But the truth is that there’s no force on earth stronger than a human being who wants to achieve something. Who truly wants something. Who fights, who struggles, who cries in pain but doesn’t surrender.
Man achieves the impossible by sheer power of will, and that makes him magic.
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Source: No Resurrection Without a Death
- Completing a novel and seeing it published.
- Spending two months in Ireland.
- Purchasing a home suitable for running an Air BnB.
In December, 2016 I completed my first novel. It is currently in the editing stage and I hope to submit it to a publisher for review by the end of June this year. My other two goals have proven a bit more elusive. Last year I created a vision board in two parts for my trip to Ireland and the Air BnB. One sits on my bedroom dresser and the other covers the walls of my cubicle at work.
Vision board behind the latest manifestation crystal grid.
Inspiration at Work
Last fall I made the decision to postpone the Ireland trip until a more opportune time. In December I began searching for a house, and three weeks ago I viewed number…
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When I was a boy I liked to write. It was the only thing I wanted to do with my life. I invented imaginary people and filled notebooks with their stories. – The History of Love
You know the saying, be careful what you wish for because you just might get it?
Well, that saying is true. What we want is rarely what we need. Because, in the end, whether we like it or not, what we need is to learn to appreciate what we already have. What cannot be bought, what cannot be taken from us.
But, well, we all have dreams. And dreams do come true… at a price.
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Source: Vegetables at Hanoi, Vietnam