The instinctive, natural selection of wanting


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The instinctive, natural selection of Wanting

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Rosa Say
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  1. says

    WOW –
    When the student is ready….
    Rosa, thank you for your post today. I think many of us struggle with the dichotomy between where our passions lie and what our parents/teachers/society told us that we needed to do in order to pay the bills.
    What you have just done is given many people permission to FIND their strengths and FOLLOW their passions.
    That is a wonderful gift.

  2. says

    Mahalo nui for your comment Jay. And thank you for the generous post you did after this on your own Renaissance Girl: that was quite a wonderful gift that you gave to me!
    me ke aloha pumehana,


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