Some days I feel mightily skilled at my craft and other days I feel less so. Some days even nine year old children sporting cool, slick golden shoes makes me wonder if I’m missing the mark.
“The subjective analysis of our skill sets we personally contemplate, measure and proclaim positive when looking in the mirror each day may may be true though likely fragmentary because there is always much to learn.”
“Evaluating and accepting recognition from others that we are actually improving in our art is often elusive, I suppose. So, having confidence in your abilities and developing self-esteem is valuable. It's always important to admire and elevate oneself.”
“Yet, despite our vulnerabilities, it is our duty to plunge ahead and try to sustain forward momentum in our lives with fresh humility and earnest intent to make a difference on earth. This process seems fair if we’re honest with ourselves. Recalibrate!”
“From my vantage point and from what I have experienced in your presence, I know your photographic skills are way better than mine by a factor of ten, better than many and in a roomful of a hundred people… better than most.”
“Truth is, Harmony, if we can make someone else smile as you made me smile this afternoon by sharing your amazing digital photos, mission accomplie!”