A Sound Boon

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About This Collection:

This collection is a group of short truisms collected over time that I was afraid if I did not put a pen to paper or thumbs to phone or fingers to keyboard that they would be lost, and so would be the wisdom and the meaning that they had for my life. These modern day proverbs may not be earth shattering, but when I thought them, when the epiphany broke in my brain, like an egg cracking in a scolding hot skillet, it sizzled, and my world stopped. I pass along my truth, my humble wisdom, that I learned along the way in hopes that it does the same for you.

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Nightmares are our worst fears played out in our subconscious so that when they become our reality we can better face them.

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I want to live in the majesty of the mountains,  and the mystery of the forest, and the quietness of the desert, and the soothing ebb of the beach. Wherever the wind blows that is where I want to go!

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I know my worth, and it is not to be given to the highest bidder, nor to be given to the one mulling over their purchases. It is to be given to the one who has earned my trust and affection.

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When I was a little girl, I dreamed of someone seeing how great I was and plucking me out of obscurity. After many heartbreak attention seeking look at what I can do's, I realize it does not matter how much talent you have. In order to be great, you have to work harder than everyone else, be dedicated more than everyone else, and that still may not be enough.
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Some people accept the world as it is. I choose to constantly question it. 

By Hyacinth Hale

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Feelings are rarely logical but always on some level truthful fascinating creatures they are!

By Hyacinth Hale
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Imagination is a gift that frees you from the constraints of this world.

By Hyacinth Hale