Collaborations of Abstraction

My thank you note

Posted on: April 17, 2010

the future“Photons work hard to get from the heart of the sun to the surface. They can take up to 160,000 years to complete the 400,000+-mile journey. And yet once Earth-bound photons get topside, they travel the 93-million-mile distance to our planet in just over eight minutes. I foresee a metaphorically similar situation unfolding in your life in the coming weeks. A development that has been a long time in the making will accelerate tremendously in its last phase of ripening.”

Right on. It’s been a tough run, you know? But life is long and it’s good. And no one ever said it would be easy. And hard work pays off. So for all of those that are working hard to change things (be it yourself or something else), keep trucking. It will pay off. And when you get discouraged, just look around and find inspiration. It’s everywhere.

For those who know someone working hard for change,  don’t ever stop encouraging them. Even if it seems like they’ve got it all together and nothing can phase them, everyone can always use a friendly word. And you never know, what you said might have made all the difference for them.

After getting gifts, I was raised to write thank you notes. And so this is my note, thanks to everyone in my life that has given me encouragement and love. It never goes unappreciated! I love you all so much!

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1 Response to "My thank you note"

That is lovely Rebecca 🙂

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Collaborations of Abstraction

Two close (though, unfortunately, not in proximity) friends – a Welsh man living in Ireland and a Minnesotan woman living in Germany – come together to share musings, wit and random things of interest in this journey called life

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