Thoughts from a fellow author/blogger. Bookshelf Q. Battler speaks for a lot of people with this post, and it’s all steeped in his signature, entertaining style.
Nothing in my life has ever been easy.
At times, I get down about that.
Imagine success is a castle. For some people, the drawbridge just opens and in they go. They are welcomed with rainbows, unicorns, leprechauns, fuzzy bunny rabbits, and juggling clowns. Nice clowns, not scary ones. The ones who make you balloon animals.
I’m not knocking them. I’m sure they’re good people. I’m sure they were all qualified for entry into the castle. Even if they’re not, I believe success is something that everyone should have. Them being less successful does not cause me to become more successful, so there’s no point to being displeased with them. I just wish them a happy journey and tell them to say hi to the leprechauns for me.
Then there’s me. When I knock on the door to the Castle of Success, out come the orcs, the dragons, the flame…
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