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Everything begins with an idea.

An idea, any idea, is creative potential.

And to create is to actualise, not to merely contemplate.

Because an idea is essentially a seedling, that has the potential to grow into anything.

You have the unique ability to will your idea into existence 

And it’s totally dependent, not on what you wish for, but on what you do.

When you act, you’re giving birth to an idea, bringing into material existence something that would only otherwise only exist in your mind.

To create is to conceive and to give birth to.

You don’t have to be an artist

You just have to have the will to take your idea and bring it to life.

To breathe it into existence.

Pluck it out from obscurity and invite it into the world.

The process of creation will almost instantly revive your spirit

But it requires you to be brave.

To get out of your comfort zone and try something different.


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