Random Observation: if you've been given 100 donuts to finish in 5 minutes the chances of success are infinitesimal. If you were given 20 days to finish the same amount the task becomes manageable. The 'impossible' becomes possible when broken down into small pieces or steps.
With regards to these issues of mine I won't go into detail because as I've said before I believe in focusing on the positives more than the negatives. Temporary defeat is a stepping stone to success.
Throughout this chaotic period I have come across some inspirational individuals and some good news. I always make it a habit to surround myself with like-minded and equally ambitious, self-driven people.
Three people over the past week have really inspired me to keep striving to be the best I can be in whatever craft/task I put my mind to. I don't think it's necessary to put their names on blast they know who they are - One of them however is my sister (13 years old). I'm really proud of her:
She won a speech competition at school and even wrote her own speech. She even received some impressive awards at her school's award ceremony/prize giving. Too proud of you lil' sis keep going for gold! Plus she's so passionate about her future career that she's already pushing the whole family to take her to places where she can find out more and research about her ideal career. As we say in Australia - 'GOODONYA'
The Good news I received is we (Thee Immaculate) will be supporting the one and only MOS DEF on the 11th of January. I didn't know how to respond when we got the news I'm grateful to have been given this opportunity and remain humble throughout both trials and tribulations.
One thing's for sure when it all comes down to it I try very hard to stay positive in the face of adversity - so Rain, sleet, hail, snow I'm determined and positive I'll get to where I want in life it won't be easy but remember 'what doesn't break a man, makes a man'
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