Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

Twenty years ago I thought it was too late…but I started any way…mostly because I was sick and tired of living the life I was living…and I was scared to death…turned out it wasn’t too late at all…be encouraged!

Bright, shiny objects!

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via It’s Never Too Late.

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  1. Great quote…and so true!

  2. happy new year stephen 🙂 thank you for inspiring me 🙂 have a beautiful day !

  3. WordsFallFromMyEyes on said:

    I’ve always felt that reassuring, those words – well, for a starter & starter like me. I’m slowly gaining ground in my own challenges, and so agree – it is NEVER too late to start.

    ¸.•*¨*•. ♪♫♫♪Happy New Year Stephen .♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸
    ˜”*°•.˜”*°•.˜”*°•.★★.•°*”˜.•°*”˜.•°*”˜” & wishing for you, what you wish this year.♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸

    • I’m so grateful to hear you are gaining ground…you are such a beautiful woman…inside and out…so keep it up…much love and many bl; blessings to you and Daniel for this new year…be encouraged!

  4. And the world thank for that Stephen!

  5. The wisdom of hope – never giving up – thanks for posting.

    Wishing you many blessings in 2013 and thank you for your visits.

  6. Good message even when you’re content where you are! Be the “best” you can be. So many new paths to follow. Happy New Year, Steve!

  7. Great end of the year reblog, my friend!

  8. I couldn’t hel but notice you making your way along the musty aisles of my curiosity shop. So saying, not many do and I would be interested in any thoughts your rambling may have encountered that seemed plausible. Thank you very much for browsing.>KB

    • You are wonderful…and yes I have greatly enjoyed how you are able to turn a phrase into something spell-binding and wonderful…for those of us who still struggle with our mother tongue, even after more than five decades of practice, we bow down…much love and many blessings to you and all of yours this coming new year…be encouraged!

      • To tell you the truth I think Dylan Thomas said what this is all about in “In My Craft and Sullen Art.” When I’ve written something and someone writes to me a comment that it made them feel this, or remember that or that they had never thought of thing in that particular way before. That is where the poetry really lies, in real peoples lives, it is in the that sprouting of grass that one day suddenly sprouts up between two slabs of a concrete sidewalk. People shy away from poetry because too many writers want to be poets. But god has made so very many poets, but so very little poetry–until you see a rock in a piece of ground with no othe rocks near by and suddenly it dawns on you that not all rocks were meant to part of a mountain. And so some how, though it may take thousands of years, they slowly find their way to the sea. >KB

      • Wonderful…and this comment is why I love you…just wondering, do you have book or collection of poems somewhere?

        Be encouraged!

      • No book, and in my whole life I’ve had one poem published in the Buffalo Evening News–although my work has been rejected by some of the finest literary magazines in the country. My vitae reads: Published lovally, rejected nationally. Itell you the truth I wouldn’t mind have a book of my poems done , inpart because it would be nice to hold it and look at it, smell the fresh ink on the pages, the other part of me that would want one is the part that would like to see all of the pieces set in the middle of the page, with the same heade and footer space on each page. Then there is the small part of me that would like to think that the things I said. in the way I’ve said that has somewhere, somehow made the difference between having a shitty day instead of an even shittier one because of something I wrote. If I stopped writing tomorrow I would still think of myself as a poet–its sort of like getting squirted by a skunk, sometimes it take forever to get that smell out of your nose.Be well friend.>KB

      • Ah yes…I know a little bit about the whole rejection life…and we are in in perfect lockstep when it comes to seeing words we have strung together appear in tiny characters racing across a white page…the smell of ink and new paper…the beauty of precision design on the page…thanks for all your words…may we both enjoy having our words published someday…soon…be encouraged!

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