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HomePosts, Updates A meme of hope

A meme of hope

I pulled this from the Livejournal of Lupa. Try it and see what it does for you.

Regardless of where you are in life, how old you are, what you’ve already accomplished (however much or little that may be), if there’s something you want to do that you haven’t had the time or resources for, if you’re feeling like you may never get to it, if you feel like an utter and total failure because everyone else has done more than you have–quit posting memes and DO something about it. RIGHT NOW. Post this for others to read, and then get off Livejournal, do some research on whatever it is you want to do, and start looking for options to at least get the ball rolling–or, if what you want can’t be worked with right now, acceptable alternatives that are viable in the present. Then make a commitment to putting them into motion, even if it takes a long time or if you won’t get instant results. And don’t you dare come up with nothing more than a list of excuses.

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