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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/9

11.09.14 Posted in Blog Updates by

November 9

Brave Intent

The most important things are the hardest to say, because words diminish them

 The right to dictate what other people should perceive, create or produce is outside of our control ,

 but we should  encouraged people to reveal themselves, their perceptions and emotions, and to build confidence in their creative spirit.

We have to find channels to take our thought, the good, the bad to the river. 

Whisper in my head…

When all the doors keep slamming in my head…walk out the front one…

bono



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