I remember a photography class I once had in a California community college. On one occasion the instructor made the comment that photography equipment was very costly, but a true photographer would somehow find a way to get it, no matter how difficult the burden. That was a thought that resonated with me and has been a catalyst for reflection since. His comment was really a metaphor for life. A person will pursue what they are motivated to accomplish in life; if they want to earn good grades in school, go to college, succeed in a marriage, own a boat, be a good person or even learn to paint, people with the right motivation will find a way.
Read John Hughes’ article in the April 2012 edition of 15 Bytes.
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