We are all artists. If you don't give yourself permission to share your gifts and talents with the world, you are never going to be truly fulfilled.
We are all artists. If you don't give yourself permission to share your gifts and talents with the world, you are never going to be truly fulfilled. You will always live with some sort of regret. It will be a waste of your potential if you don't share with other people your unique gifts to the world. Be a nurturer, an artist, a businessman, a wonderful friend, a great father, a fantastic lover, a spiritual teacher or an architect; it doesn't matter what you do, as long as you listen to what your gut is telling you and do what you are meant to do. Doing this will make sense on the very deepest level of your being because it is so much easier to be who you ARE and always have been, instead of trying to live up to a superficial picture you picked up along the way.
If you are not failing, it doesn't mean you are just THAT good, it simply means you have grown stagnant and you are not pushing yourself anymore. Never failing simply means you are playing it a little too safe.
The Mind-Made Prison: Radical Self Help and Personal Transformation by Mateo Tabatabai
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