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Monday, July 31, 2017

Encouraged by Someone

On a street, I saw a scattered tiny sketch book on a garbage collecting day. In it, these wonderful encouragements were written in all capitals by hand. 
  • THERE IS NOTHING IN THE WORLD THAT CAN BREAK YOU. 
  • NO ONE CAN TAKE CARE OF YOU LIKE YOURSELF. 
  • YOU WILL BE JUST FINE. 
How sweet they are and so true! 
Artists tend to get isolated in society because of the nature of work.  We sometimes either get stuck in creativity or suffer in technical development or experiments. We, artists are only human. Of course, we feel like crying.  In such a tough time, I hope these kind messages comfort you and encourage you. Just a little bit set back, have a cup of tea and remember these words.  

As well as the self-encouragement above, it's very important to make friends with others. Don't be alone, Friends! Group activities are lovely and essential. This is one of Sydney Sketch Club members who always encourages me. "Oh, I know this guy. He looks much better than me," he said to make us laugh in a pub. Thank you. Oh, really God bless you! How much I appreciate his smile! Last Sunday, we enjoyed sketching and had lunch together. One member would leave Australia. We chatted, hugged and had a great time. Friendship is a priceless assets in an art journey or anyone's life!   
A former owner of the sketch book, a lady seemed to study about digital design. I hope that she would endeavour to a new adventure or gained success in her area. I hang each of her hand writings in a study and a kitchen. She would never expect her graffiti encouraging me. 
Now, I'm working on other projects and preparing for the book launch of My Dog Socks in the midele of October.  
In difficulty, please remember the messages and friends. I hope everyone of us will reach at a dream. Thank you for your support! 
Friends, Happy Painting! 



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8 comments:

  1. Gracias Sadami. Hago más o menos lo que nos aconsejas. Nos encontramos muchas veces solos, pero también es necesaria esta soledad, como tener buenos amigos, que hacen que nuestra vida sea más llevadera, con sus momentos buenos y malos.
    El sketch es lo mejor para combatir esos momentos de soledad.
    Eres muy buena Sadami.
    Un fuerte abrazo.

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    1. Gracias, dulce Joshemari. Me gusta esto decir, también, y verdad, "Es bueno tener un amigo y decirle / ella" La soledad no es malo. "En mi experiencia, si podemos" disfrutar "experiencias negativas, se convertirán en experiencias positivas = No más son dolorosas ¡Que tengan una semana maravillosa!
      Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Thank you, sweet Joshemari. I like this say, too, and true, "It is good to have a friend and tell him/her "Loneliness is not bad." In my experience, if we can "enjoy" negative experiences, they will turn into positive experiences = no more they are painful. Have a wonderful week!
      Best wishes, Sadami

      >>> Joshemari said...
      Thank you Sadami. I do more or less what you advise us. We meet many times alone, but this solitude is also necessary, like having good friends, that make our life more bearable, with its good and bad moments.
      The sketch is the best to combat those moments of solitude.
      You are very good Sadami.
      A hug.

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  2. Good day Sadami, sometimes we find encouragement in places we do not expect too. Your finding the little book is certainly one of them. I always find encouragement when I read your blog. Thank you for sharing. Enjoy your day!

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    1. Indeed, Carol and thank you for a kind message! Unexpected encounter makes our lives. You, too, enjoy your life fully. Best wishes, Sadami

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  3. What a great find, words of encouragement! Sometimes just a little interest and encouragement is all one needs to continue on...

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    1. ...and you RAE the inspiration and the great encouragement for me, Rhonda!

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  4. Those are beautiful encouragements, Sadami. I wonder why the sketchbook ended in the trash. Have a good week!

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    1. ...well, Judy, the computer graphic student put the used books, notes and sketchbooks on the pile of garbage on a street. So, I wished her new endeavour would gain success. You, too, have a wonderful week. Best wishes, Sadami

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