Over the past few days I have sent my work to three major galleries in Miami, Florida. Its a little tougher to keep this going as time goes on. I heard something that really hit home to me over the weekend. It was, "Do what is right even when it feels wrong." In the past I would have stopped at one or two galleries. It feels better to relax and not extend one's self in anything; whether it be a relationship, professional or just to take a chance.
I will keep going. It is not the best feeling to push myself and see what happens. This experiment is not just for myself but for everyone that reads this. I will believe in myself because I want you all to believe in yourselves as well, to have faith in something bigger than our insecutities and fears.
Please let me know if this blog has encouraged you to step forward, to do the right thing, even though it feels wrong.
In my life, my feelings have gotten in the way of my success. I am not saying that feelings are wrong, we need them; What I am saying is that we have to move on something more stable and stronger than just feelings.
I hope this day is filled with all kinds of blessings for you all.
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