'The irony of commitment is that it's deeply liberating - in work, in play, in love. The act frees you from the tyranny of your internal critic, from the fear that likes to dress itself up and parade around as rational hesitation. To commit is to remove your head as the barrier to your life.' - Anne Morriss
. - It took me 30 years to recognize that my rebellion against the pre-established in the name of my freedom was only hurting that same freedom. I realized that discipline was important and by exploring further I noticed that you only have discipline when you commit, not to others or any established rules but to yourself. This understand made me see choices as a possibility not a restriction. Because by exercising my power to choose what allows me to live my dreams I found true freedom.
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Cool news about my merchandise 🖤
Now you can order a t-shirt and my postcards.
T-shirt + 3 postcards = 36$ / 1600 rubles
T-shirt = 29$ / 1400 rubles
3 postcards = 10$ / 250 rubles
1 postcard = 4$ / 100 rubles
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"I did this painting earlier this year and it's been like a generous friend from woe to go. It offered no resistance, almost giving me answers to very quietly spoken questions. Soon I will be sending it off to a show on Waiheke Island where it is a finalist in a competition. It's a bit fancy, so it will be sharing walls with some really good art, but I've framed it nicely so it's all dressed up and looking smart. We are both very excited. If it sells I will be a little sad to say goodbye because as I said, it's been a generous friend." JUDY WOODS