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The Missing Link in “The Secret” series.

The Secret written by Rhonda Byrne is all about the "Law of Attraction" that states a person can achieve and attract anything they desire if one does the following three steps: 1. Ask: What you want 2. Believe: That what you want is going to come true 3. Receive: This is when what you asked for and believed you would receive comes to you. If it were that easy! Trust me I would right now be on a white sands

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Head in the Clouds

Here in Australia a common phase you will hear if you think or dream to big is: "You have your Head in the Clouds" or "Pie in the Sky." Having your Head in the Clouds makes sense, but, Pie in the Sky? Where did that come from? It's said, that the saying came from a song called, "The Preacher and the Slave by Joe Hill where he penned, "You'll get Pie in the Sky, when you die" in 1911. My

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Why I Believe Artists Are Born and Not Made.

Art is perhaps one of the hardest fields one can choose as a vocation. There are no guarantees your art will make you any income to survive off of, let alone fulfil your material desires such as medicine or technology will. It’s the number one reason why a high number of people including myself deny or denied themselves their natural urges to do art and chose something completely different out of the fear of failure, not being good enough and

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The Survival of the Fittest Artist

A comparison of two world-renowned artists proves just how crucial it is for us to get our artwork out there. Don't let the fear of rejection hold you back. The worse thing one can say is, "No!" or "Its not good enough!" Rest assured, indeed you will always have many critics just waiting in the arena for you to arrive. Where they can tell you everything that is wrong with you and what you have to offer. There will always

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The Opera House

I lived in Sydney, Australia for approximately 2 years aged 3 to 5 years old. While living in Sydney as a child I would see the Opera House on a regular basis. However, after leaving Sydney at 5 years old and returning to my hometown of Perth in Western Australia all I had to remember the Opera House by was my imagination. My imagination would recall the Opera House to look like this. It’s amazing how as children our childlike

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To Play Dice

Everyone has at one time or another played a game using a pair of dice. However, there’s only a fraction of people that play a game of dice with their own life. It’s the uncertainty, risk and reward issues that come into play. Most people need to have a great degree of certainty as to the outcomes of an action before its taken. On the opposite side of the spectrum, the people that don’t fit into this category often referred

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Enigma

The wonders of our universe are incomprehensible to the human mind, so much so it’s a complete enigma! No matter how much we learn or discover about the universe, its enigma only becomes bigger and stronger. In October 2017 for the first time in history astronomers witnessed colliding neutron stars with the most colorful explosion producing 200 earth masses of pure gold and 500 earth masses of pure platinum. This is proof of how awesome, amazing and beyond all human

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