Wisdom in Weird Places

So this was supposed to be about moments of clarity in life but as i started taking the pictures i felt the great compulsion to get a little silly and more than a little off my original topic and then I  accidentally posted it to the wrong blog and now it’s more than a little bit late. Some if it is serious, some of it is silly, but it’s all things i wanted to share. here goes…

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Sometimes wisdom is hidden in strange places.

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Everyday we wake up to a subtle reminder that time is short. Get up and use every minute of it!

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The best way to kick things off is with a well balanced breakfast

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Remember that those sheets of silicon dioxide and silver in the bathroom can only reflect what you give them. They show you only as much self confidence or self consciousness as you show them.

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Don’t let colors, accents, and places of origin limit who you face the day with. We have more in common than we have differences so give everyone a chance.

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But not the buses, avoid them at all costs. However you may still be surprised at how you can simultaneously hate everyone around you and yet be immeasurably happy to be there.

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Unfortunately, what you want….

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Is seldom what you need.

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But keep working and be creative with your solutions. The only thing standing between an insurmountable problem and a piece of cake is effort.

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Once again, get creative! Remember that pride is what happens when inspiration meets execution.

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Even if it hurts, don’t forget to laugh.

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And when you’re done, find the people you enjoy most.

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And stay with them all through the night, until the world looks like this.

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One comment

  1. I love this post! There are a lot of great messages and pictures here! I especially love the way you open with the fortune cookie, the mirror picture and message, the balanced breakfast, and the way you end it. This tells a good story and has some nice messages. There’s also some nice laughs in between the advice.

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