Everything Can Wait!

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More so, if I have waited for nearly a year for this!

I could have said I succumbed, as I did before, but there was nothing to succumb to here. This was sweet anticipation. I think, when I look back, I somehow just heightened the anticipation around it. Ah, but who cares!

Yet, it is still a tool, as magnificent as it is. The tool can do only as much as the skill allows. The skill can be honed, only as much as the mind can train. The mind can train only as much as the heart believes.

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12 thoughts on “Everything Can Wait!

  1. ==EU:
    Thank you! I hope so too @ justice – having spent time with a more automatic ‘smart’ camera has dulled the senses a bit!
    🙂

    ==Jols:
    Thank you!! Nothing ‘great’ up there as yet @ flickr

    ==Dharma:
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! You know – it is very interesting @ the article – I did see it – but am not sure how I got there – I don’t read the Hindu actually!
    🙂

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  3. Well my wait seems to be on for this tool too …though i have one more year to go …

    Love and agree with your thoughts totally… “The tool can do only as much as the skill allows. The skill can be honed, only as much as the mind can train. The mind can train only as much as the heart believes.”

    My Canon IXS 55 a 5 mega oixel camerastill delivers what my heart belives 😉
    Check it out for yourself http://www.flickr.com/photos/momentstocherish

    Payal

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  4. ==Payal:
    In a year – there will be a something new that you will wait for – another year. Such things are for the here and now
    🙂
    Thank you, like I said, a tool is only as useful and useless as you believe. I have seen all that you believe! Cheers!

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  5. Lovely lines: The tool can do only as much as the skill allows. The skill can be honed, only as much as the mind can train. The mind can train only as much as the heart believes.

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