At The Gallery…


It's like an open book...

Every artist displays his works with pride…
Believing strongly that each one would speak well of him;
The most captivating and fascinating ones are set apart;
Because they comprise a priceless work of art;

Each one of us is like a painting hanging at a gallery;
Some are emotionless, others intense;
Some are ordinary, others breath-taking;
Some insignificant; others irreplaceable;

Each piece so unique…

Being good is not good enough anymore;
Good obviously being the enemy of better prevents you from bringing out your best;
Being good will put you on the wall of the gallery;
But it will never get you the credit you duly deserve;
Eyes will fall on you but will look away almost instantly;
Because you are not distinctive enough;

Make yourself useful…

It is about time you stopped following the crowd and figured yourself out;
Being average is a disease that would never make you see success;
Set yourself apart and work on yourself;
Take all the time you need and do it with all diligence;
Be the one everyone finds indispensable; not redundant;
There may be a lot of things to sacrifice but it would be worth it;
The artist may lose many sociable hours but when the right moment comes;
You will never regret the cost of your commitment.

Strive to be the priceless piece of art that everyone is fighting to own;
And not what someone would settle for after all options have been exhausted.

You are a priceless work of art… 🙂
Amazing photo credits to Google (c) Images.

Have a blessed day, folks!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Great message Phina! God bless!

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    1. joseyphina says:

      Thanks, Wendell and God bless you too!

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  2. “Good obviously being the enemy of better prevents you from bringing out your best”…very very thoughtful composition Josey

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    1. joseyphina says:

      Thanks Mike Sow! Really appreciate this!

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