All’s Well That Ends Well
I have been in and out of RedBubble since I had spinal surgery.
Now that I’m back. And what a lot of support you’ve shown me! I wanted to thank you for all of you for being such generous hearted people.
So here something I’d like to share with you:
The cost of not pursuing a dream is greater than the cost of failure.
About living out your calling as at artist. Someone asked, “How does she do it?”
To which another replied, “The more difficult question is, how did she not do it all these years?”
How is it that you have spent all this time, dodging your dreams?
Or letting fear hold you back from living an adventurous, creative life?
Are you afraid?
Not of failure.
Of being who you really are? Of being exposed?
You are not alone.
It’s scary to be yourself. To be that raw and honest and vulnerable. That’s why most choose to hide.
Today, I choose my dreams.
Today, I am a artist
Today, I face the dragon of self-doubt and step into destiny.
I will be myself.
And tomorrow, I will have to do it all over again.
What about you? What are you afraid of? What’s keeping you from your art?