Sometimes I receive the nicest emails. THANK YOU for this.
“I found your page by coincidence (if that’s possible) and I knew I just have to say Hi…
I’m not quite sure why I’ve decided to write to you, as well as I’m not sure if you’re ever going to read it. I suppose I just have to say “thank you” for reminding me of who I am.
I was lost for a while, but now (after reading your page) I know that I’m going to be ok.
So THANK YOU for reminding me of the world I belong to, the world of the traveler – the dreamer and the believer, the brave and the happy.
I’m a traveler too, you know… but somehow live made me try to deny myself for the sake of “common sense”.
Your words gave me strength and inspiration and I know that one day soon I’ll be able to face “common sense” again (with all of its fears and prejudices an all of its intimidating rules and restrictions) and just say “beat it”…
I’ll be able to fight again – for the right to be happy. Because it’s ok to be different and it’s ok to be crazy, it’s ok to have dreams and it’s even ok to be a good person for just no particular reason.
Now I’ve remembered something “common sense” was trying to make me forget. A quote I saw written on a bench somewhere in Hawaii. And I want to share it with you, because I feel that you’ll appreciate it the way I do:
“Normal is just a setting on the washing machine”
Thank you for doing what you’re doing.” — I
Just a reminder that you may never know who your actions, words, or creations inspire and success isn’t just about accomplishment.
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