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Henry David Thoreau on Defining Your Own Success – The Atlantic

It is as I always say, you must validate yourself, listen to you inner child, be yourself, and follow your dreams…if you can do that success will follow 🙂

Henry David Thoreau

If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.

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My Self Portrait


Self Portrait

I dance with flowers in my hair. Feet pounding against the ancient grass, cold against my skin, sun blazing on my back. Through the wind sprits of other worlds whisper stories in my ear. My hand moves freely transcribing their words-mind blank, unguiding their truth, letting the prose flow. I have my genius. I am both warrior and child

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My Quest

For as the Sankofa bird knows,

“Se wo were fi na wosankofa a yenkyi,” “It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten.”

So if you don’t hear your inner child, go back and get it.  Also don’t forget to feed your inner child

they like sweets & playing outdoors.

Whimsically Yours,

PnC

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ASPIRING WRITER: The User Guide and Maintenance Manual (1)

Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a fully automated ASPIRING WRITER™ unit. To ensure that you get the full use and benefits of your unit, please pay close attention to the following instructions.

Appearance:

Your ASPIRING WRITER™ comes in a variety of sizes and ages. They may either be thin as a stick figure due to poring over their keyboard/notebook for long periods of time without getting up to eat; overweight due to consuming large amount of chocolate and other goodies while sitting all day long before their computers; or pretty average in size.

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Boxes full

Where will life take you?…these are the last words in this post by this teen blogger. What are some of the things we know about this teen blogger and his blog Underaged Thinking…he loves the color blue, he has a pet chihuahua, and he grew up too fast. Sounds like a great beginning description of… Read more »

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How To Judge A Book By Its Cover

This is great, I judge books by their covers all the time. If they weren’t meant to be judged by their covers their covers wouldn’t be so amazing.

It’s not that if a cover doesn’t catch my eye that I think the book sucks but as a visual learner images, like book covers, stick with me.

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June 29, 2012

Ester Victoria is a homeschooled teen writer. She’s imaginative and has a certain candidness in her writing. In this post she talks about how she wants people to think of her, how she is different from the rest. This is a common teenage mindset, we are individualistic and we don’t all want to be categorized… Read more »