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[1: 129 of 10,000] Wedge Perspective

In Article on March 10, 2011 at 5:25 PM

I wore my French Connection Wedge today which is about 3-inch high, that gave me a bit of height and a new perspective. Remember the movie “Dead Poets Society” when the teacher John Keating, played by Robin Williams, stood up on his desk during class and said, “I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.

Every human being looked for certain area where they would feel superior in life:

  • Some compete with others just to have someone say they’ve accomplished more than the other and receive compliment.
  • Others unfortunately stay meek and forget their dreams or never create a fabulous one.
  • But the greatest of all are the people who are not afraid to show who they really are, pursue what they truly love and being good at it. They become superior as they continue to outdo their own greatness and constantly evolve.

I literally walked taller on the street today. My sister even said you’re so tall that I feel like a baby, crazily I remember Chuy of Chelsea Lately. At the train I could almost see everyone’s top head and feel as if everyone can see me. Getting that height for a short while inspired me for the concept of greatness, which reminds me to get on with my actions, don’t get stuck with just planning, so to start achieving my dreams one true smile after the other!

  1. love the wedges!

  2. Getting that height for a short while
    inspired me for the concept of greatness…
    congrats! I’m creeping on socks, feeling
    not higher than my cat+
    oh, now I know, why my cat likes to sit on my head!!!

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