Creativity and Passion

Since I jumped back into working on my blog with much more consistency than I have in the past, I thought about what things I could write about (or simply post about) that would be inspiring to me and the cyber world as well, and I’ve always been a big fan of inspiration in art. This picture speaks volumes to me. You see, I recently convinced myself (and I’m still convincing myself) to get involved with opportunities I had previously halted because I stopped seeing the value in them. I stopped seeing the possibility in them. Don’t worry, the projects in question are not this blog!

In the past few weeks I have been doing a lot of reflecting and forward thinking as well. How can I envision the future I want and make it happen? I’ve got to keep myself inspired!  I like to post about things/places/subjects that inspire people to recognize passion in themselves and others in the form of pieces of art/unique things that I witness. It could be the littlest, most random thing that I come across in my life, or a great piece of art like the one below. In fact, I wasn’t expecting to be inspired  on the day that I took this picture, but I was wrong! This piece of art was found in the “Yes We Can” Community Center in Westbury, NY. Take a closer look at it. It’s beautiful. Someone put a lot of heart and love into this piece and I really appreciate it. I hope you do, too! And remember, try to be grateful and inspired by the things which appear small, yet hold such importance. I know I will try and do the same!

P.S. Look close at the labels that were used to make this work!

Look close…

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Hello lovely people! I am a recent transplant to New York City, and I would love to share my adventures with you! Please don't hesitate to communicate with me about any of my blog posts. A bit about me: I received my BFA in Music Theatre from Metropolitan State University of Denver and have always wanted to move to New York City to pursue my dream of being on follow me as I share my journey with you!

2 thoughts on “Creativity and Passion”

  1. I love this post. The piece of art obviously took a lot of effort and progress to turn out how it had. I enjoy it a lot


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