Sunday, December 26, 2010


To be perfectly transparent, I was post 2010 before it even began. Now that I nearly reached the end of another year, I cannot help but feel a sense of relief.

Since, Thanksgiving I’ve been in a deep introspection about my life and what direction I would like to head. I definitely know that I am at a critical choice point.  In the next months what I choose to do and not to do will change my course of my destiny. I know I am not alone in this feeling. Others around me have expressed similar opinions.

With New Years only days away suddenly the intensity of destiny is magnified. People will be making resolutions. Anyone, who knows me, understands I do not believe in making New Year’s resolutions. I believe, if you feel the strong urge to change something, do it now. Take one-step towards the desired goal each day don’t wait until the New Year Day to begin. None of us are promised tomorrow.

My wish for anyone who:  wants to write that novel this year, take a few moments {TODAY} to write a couple of sentences or the first paragraph.  Or desires to paint or create something sit down at your kitchen table {or where ever you have the space} and do it.  There will never be a perfect time or space. Today, is a good day to start.

Don’t make resolutions make goals. Break your goals down into monthly {daily or weekly} achievable steps.  This will help especially if you are going from procrastination to making it happen.
Understand the choices you make to create or not to create something could dramatically affect your destiny. How many times, have you come up with an idea and opted not to do it. A period of time later, someone executed the same idea with a degree of success.

Embrace you destiny. Do it now.

For all you veterans who have an established artistic practice, congrats! Please share your insights, I know many readers would benefit.

Best of luck to one and all! May you accomplish your destiny.

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