What I learned in 2013: honor your gift.

My journey in 2013 looks a lot like your journey.

KATARINA THORSEN [POSTSTREET]

Yesterday I posted what I learned about myself in 2013.  I was going to write a long list of words and concepts I embraced in 2013.

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But I stripped it down.  Stripped it down to the bare essence:

ARTIST

So what I truly learned in 2013 is that I have the right, or more accurately, the duty to pursue the gift I was born with FULL TIME.  Being a creative is not an option for me.  It’s a way of life.

My father died an artist.  In his final years, he pursued his passion and worked on his innate gift every day.  Truly, his dream of living and dying an artist came true.

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We are all born gifted.  And no matter what we may choose to believe, we constantly nurture the gift by simply living and experiencing.  But when the door presents itself…

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About creatornorthshoregirl

Adopted at birth, orphaned by her adoptive parents by age 15 - Patti has made her way in the world since that time until recently... reunited with birth relatives - she is thrilled to be a Mayflower descendent, 5 x great grand daughter of Ezekiel Gooderham (of Gooderham & Worts Distillery, Toronto), 21 degrees of separation from Queen Victoria, a descendent of United Empire Loyalists - Butler's Rangers - which help establish Upper Canada and a London Born Mother who made it through the bombings of WW2. What this means to Patti? Her tenacity and adaptability are not only proudly her own but also passed down through her genetics. Human Journey Storyteller www.youtube.com/channel/UCuqugfbhcwO8qzqlCaBDuIw vimeo.com/user1892390
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