How to judge your work – Danny Gregory

How to judge your work – Danny Gregory

As I read this post, I thought of the post I wrote and shared earlier when I woke in the middle of the night. When I proofread the post, and then shared it, when going back and looking at it at first, I found some mistakes and I was annoyed with myself. Then I thought, I wrote it to share my thoughts and feelings. I needed to tell them to someone. I did that. It worked. I got myself out of my head. This post speaks to me because at first I judge myself harshly, then when I went back and looked at it again, I said, I accomplished my goal. Everyone makes mistakes. You did what you said out to do. This post will help you if you read it.When peacocks are hatched, they are ugly grey balls of fluff. When you snap a Polaroid, it is grey, then murky, washed out. When a baker puts a cake in the oven, it is runny, mealy, and inedible. A great burgundy goes into the bottle as grape juice. When a marathoner crosses the finish line,…
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