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Friday, September 2, 2016

One Small Cog

So this arrived while I was out of town:




Tien had a vision, a big dream, worked hard to make it happen.  Big dreams don't happen without planning, dedication, effort, on the part of the dreamer.  And sometimes, the path to completion can be smoothed, aided and abetted by others.  

I, too, have dreamed big dreams.  I know how much effort they can take and my personal philosophy can be summed up in one short sentence...lighting someone else's candle does not diminish mine.  So I offered to help in one way I knew I could...by transcribing the interviews that were conducted with a number of other creative people.  

I was happy to be one small cog in the 'machinery' that brought this dream into material form.  

I am also blessed that a similar crowd is helping me bring my latest big dream into reality.  Life can be challenging and difficult.  Good friends help get over the hurdles and smooth the path.  


Currently reading The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian


2 comments:

Vicki Hughes said...

I cannot thank you enough for being my teacher. Your career and words are a constant inspiration to my own work. Thank you

Tien Chiu said...

And thank you again for helping with Master Your Craft. As I said, I couldn't have done it without you!