I can only think of, oh let me be conservative, a thousand things I used to think I would never do. The older I get, the more important I look at the never-ending possibilities of what is being realized every day by so many people. When I came across this article today about late blooming artists, hope sprang eternal. It (hope) does that, alot with me, I know! And I am compelled to continue to beat the drum in these times of needing it more than ever. I believe I can influence at least one other person today to look at the bright side. In my gratitude for the many things that surround me, I know that I can make a difference in my own world that has a positive spin on the rest of the world, even if only a nudge.
So, if you need a little departure from what is spinning in your own mind, or the wah-wah-wah that the news KEEPS on tauting toxic ICK!, consider the talents of the artists mentioned in this article. I mean for it to inspire you, if you could use some of that. I encourage you to journal your thoughts if they are taking up valuable space in your mind. Get them out on paper where you can see them for what they really are. These are the things that you are telling yourself. Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good-will and betterbfriendship? Is it beneficial to all concerned? Are you using your God-given talents to the best of your ability?
Deep questions. Do the real work. Make room for good things to think about. It's never too late for that.
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