Small Epiphanies on Everyday Life. ♥

I found these online and I wanted to share them. Hope you enjoy them too ☺
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I JUST LOVE THIS… 25 of the most creative sculptures from around the world!

I just found this online… and I HAD to share it. These sculptures are incredible. Enjoy ☺

25 Of The Most Creative Sculptures And Statues From Around The World

Wind Sculpture by Anthony Howe

Wind Sculpture by Anthony Howe

Break Through From Your Mold By Zenos Frudakis [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA]


Julija K.

The Caring Hand by Eva Oertli and Beat Huber [Glarus, Switzerland]


Lifelike Sculptures by Ron Mueck


Giant Clothespin by Mehmet Ali Uysal


Diminish and Ascend by David McCracken [Bondi, Australia]


Cartoon Sculpture by Neil Dawson [New Zealand]


A Scene From The World War With Real-Size Statues [Eceabat, Turkey]


Ionut Naidin

Kinetic Light Sculpture by Paul Friedlander


Glass Sculptures of Viruses by Luke Jerram


Disassemblage by Damian Ortega

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If money was not object… What would YOU do in life? Most amazing piece!

I just saw this video and am truly inspired. It has the ability to literally change your perspective and ultimately your life.

Why do we spend so much time, putting so much effort into things we enjoy so little? Just so at the end of the day we have a tiny amount of money left over to do the things we REALLY love? Below are some of the lines that stand out for me.

“What do you desire?
What makes you itch?
What sort of a situation would you like?”

“What would you like to do if money were no object?
How would you REALLY enjoy spending your life?”

“If you say that getting the money is the most important thing, you will spend your life completely wasting your time. You’ll be doing things you don’t like doing in order to to go on living that is to go on doing things you don’t like doing. Which is stupid!”

“Better to have a short life that is filled with what you like doing, than a long life spend in a miserable way.”

“Therefore, it’s so important to consider this question, ‘What do I desire?'”