So what do I have to share with you today if not my UFO refashioning projects?? How about some inspiration!
We recently found The Mind of a Chef on Netflix and it became our light suppertime watching for a few nights. On one of the episodes, (I can't remember which one) the host said something along these lines. With everything that's available to everyone today, anyone can cook a good steak. The measure of a true chef is one who can take the leftovers, the garbage and turn them into a tasty masterpiece.
I think that perfectly embodies what we are trying to do this month with our UFOS and refashions.
I am so blessed and have so much! I'm so thankful for the good education I was given, the knowledge that is so accessible, that I can live and eat without fear of famine. Thanks to William's hard work his family doesn't have to fear famine anymore either.
That's all I have for you today! I've got to get back to work!
My ex had a very thoughtful idea of life. He always said everyone should only have as much physical space as much they earn by being a good member of society. So anyone who would do much for good would have a lot, while stupid assholes only thinking of their own wellbeing would get just the bare minimum.
I think we all need to value what we have 'objectively' - compared to how much we really need. Anything over this is extra and should be appreciated - not taken for granted.
I hate to think how much talent is lost due to being born in a poor family not having a chance to shine.
Interesting thought. I agree we need to remember to be more grateful and thankful for what we have!
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