I’ve been staring at this for 34 minutes, and I still can’t figure out where to begin. The hum of the computers. The glow of early morning. A head full of ideas, phrases and topics. Where to begin the preaching?
And it is the “where” that is my question.
Not “if”, for I already know I wish to spread the good word of idealism in creativity, and the power of the individual.
Not “when”, for the site is open, and the time is now.
Not “how”, because I have created this place where the searching can find direction and inspiration.
And not “why”, because I have resolved, a long time ago, that any one, even I, can make a difference, can make it better, can have what I want, how I want it, just by… there it is – a topic,
“eliminating the excuses.”
The difference between idealism and realism is more than just “what could be” and “what is.” I think it’s “what should be” and “what somebody didn’t do well enough.”
Throughout my life I have been called an idealist (hey, I’ve been called worse things). I take the label to mean I have seen things in a light which most do not feel is plausible. I feel I proudly wear the label because I believe anything can be accomplished by eliminating the excuses.
Some reflective examples of my own – I promise to be brief.
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