Posted by Robin
The word “IMPOSSIBLE” actually says “I’M POSSIBLE” follow your dream and your heart. It is possible.
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Posted on November 3, 2015, in Photography, Wisdom and tagged Dreams, Flowers, garden, Macro, Photo, photography, Quote of the day, Quotes. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.
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Thank you! !
Thank you Steven.
I’m possible? very good again.
Napoleon used to say “Impossible is not French”!
Thank you. If you think it, you can do it if you put in the work. The French got a lot of things right!
Used to. I’m every day more depressed at what is happening in France. 😦
We all have our troubles in our respective countries. We come so far and always manage to take a few steps backwards. I am sure you have heard about all the race issues that are surfacing her in the US. I worry for my son and brothers.
I can imagine. Your worry. Sometimes I wish mankind could just be colour-blind. I am. Slightly. Most colours I’m fine, but I can’t tell some greens from some browns. I also know “another” perspective: I was a “white man” in Africa. A mzungu in swahili. Most times it did not matter. Some times it did. If you are willing to read a somewhat long (50 chapters) book, Try my book Foglines. Let’s see what you think. First two chapters are a preamble, the rest is… well you’ll see:
Lol greens and browns. We (myself included) generally think of Africans as black although I do know Africa is also a melting pot of people and cultures. We’re you a minority in your community?
I read the first 2 chapters. Loved it! Dreams are a blessing and a curse to us humans. I am a book person can I buy it?
Hi Robin. Delighted you started and liked Foglines. Now you raise an issue: I haven’t found a publisher, or an agent, and haven’t gotten to self-publish it yet… Sooo, you can read it one chapter at a time on-line in my blog. Not so difficult. Do go to part II, following chapters and meet Pete, the mzungu and Mary-Sue… 😉
(The plot thickens…)
I will be reading some this evening.
There is a company that I used a couple of times to print a book. It is blurb.com. The standard size book pricing is not too bad. They even allow you to sell them on their site.
Thank you Robin. I will check it out.
I had a printed copy somewhere but I think one or the other of my daughters must have… misplaced it. Now, to make it easier on you I can send you a pdf version. It is quite readable on any screen. I couldn’t find your mail on your gravatar. My mail is but so save you the trouble, mail me to:
And I will either e-mail you the pdf or dropbox it. 🙂
Thanks Brian. M email is firstname.lastname@example.org or drop box either is fine.
Just sent it by mail. Let’s see how long it takes. I’ll dropbox it too in any case. 🙂
Thanks got both copies. Printed out some of it. I have been introduced to Peter and Mary-Sue and trying to figure out why it is snowing and foggy at the same time.
Haha! That my friend is the heart of the problem.
Oh, and I wasn’t a “minority” in Africa, only by numbers, just a “mzungu”, swahili for “white man”. Thing is with colour, one just “stands out”. Keep on reading Foglines, and Pete will explain… 🙂
And the structure of the flower is very well rendered.
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