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Having ideas is the most exciting thing to be involved in, the most fantastic thing we do as human beings. Ideas can change the world, can bring hope where there is none.
Getting ideas is also the most democratic thing we do. You don’t have to be rich to get ideas. Or to have relations and contacts. You don’t need to buy any special equipment or follow any special training to do it. No one can stop you from having ideas. You can do it anywhere. All it takes is a pen, a pad and imagination.
Over the last 20 years, ideas have been my greatest passion and my most enduring quest. Ideas are what I live for. But not just any ideas, ideas that charm you and sweep you off your feet. Ideas you would want to bring home and introduce to your parents. Ideas you would want to put in a vase and place on your table. Or put in a frame and hang on the wall of your room. Ideas you would want to wear as a necklace. Or on your head as a couvre-chef. Ideas you would want to hold in the palm of your hand to have a closer look at. Ideas you would put in a sprayer and use sparsely to keep your room fresh. Ideas you would hum to yourself in the morning when you wake up or sing to a loved one when in a lighter mood. Ideas that you would stitch as an item of clothing to keep you warm when the days are cold or put in the food that you eat to nourish you from inside.
Over the years, finding ideas has also been my therapy, my shelter, my comfort zone, my headrest, my feel good factor, my strength, my secret weapon, my lifesaver, my social standing, my everything when I had nothing, my reason to keep going and to keep giving…

2 Responses
  • Peggy Mootoosamy
    January 10, 2019

    I like that one very much. It speaks to me.

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