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listening to yourself

Everyone I talk to needed this time.

It seems we all needed to sit with ourselves. To stop rushing around. To keep quiet long enough to hear ourselves.

Austin Kleon articulated this idea beautifully in the context of advice. He writes, "I think, in all times, but especially in these, if you sit quietly for long enough, you can hear that voice inside you that tells you exactly what you need to do."

I think everyone needed this time. I know I did.


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