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This is an Invocation for anyone who Hasn’t Begun

This is an invocation for anyone who hasn’t begun.

Let me not only think of my work as a stepping stone to something else.

There’s no need to sharpen my pencils anymore. My pencils are sharp enough – even the dull ones will make a mark.

And, God, let me enjoy this!

A short, sharp encouragement to do what you love and -most importantly- to BEGIN IT!

Video contains some swearing.

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  1. From his wide eyes and barely stifled smirk, I thought this was going to be a joke or a wind-up but I really liked it!

    Particularly:

    “Perfectionism may look good in his shiny shoes but he’s a little bit of an ass hole and nobody invites him to their pool parties”

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