Rediscovering The Glow

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Christmas lights left on under bright sunlight is a rather pathetic sight.

Their tiny glow is utterly drowned by the sun’s mighty engulfing rays, and we have to squint to even tell whether they’re still on.

After nightfall however, the very same lights twinkle beautifully, endearingly, magically, and tug at our too often buried childlike sense of wonder.

How are you drowning out your creative glow?

How can you change the surroundings of how you create, and how you offer what you create, to present your creative gifts in their brightest and most beautiful light?

 

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