I like to share my favorite quote from Ralph Waldo Emmerson, the great 19th century American Philosopher and Poet.
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm”
Add “passion” to that and you have your basic ingredients to create unique beautiful writings and works of Art.
Both enthusiasm and passion are always present but only so often your unconsciousness unleashes the exact right mixture of emotions that leads you to “create” … resulting in something brilliant.
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