It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves

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“Climb those mountains, keep chasing your dreams and then one sunny day catch hold of them, but don’t forget to stop, rest a while…and admire the view along the way, seeing how far you’ve already come from the higher slopes of life’s long (and at times very rocky, difficult) journey.”

“Live to reach your full potential by sustaining your positive mental attitude, because if you focus on your problems and limitations you become disempowered.”

Craig’s original website

CRAIG (1)
http://www.craiglockbooks.com

Website done (very kindly) “many moons” ago by my American cyberpal, Erich (a “master” web-designer)
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“total non-techno” c
“The strength and faith have many sources – other people, God, and so on, but the richest spring is within ourselves #. We all have it and if we can tap into it there is nothing that cannot be overcome and nothing that cannot be achieved.”
– Bronwyn Baker
# “We have it all within… but we get it from without.”
from somewhere on http://www.craigsquotes.wordpress.com (do a “google”, c)
PPS
“The journey of a thousand miles starts with a flat tyre and a broken fan-belt…
er sorry, a single step!”

pic (below) from http://www.craigswritingjourney.wordpress.com
WRiting journey

After my car accident and life with the diagnosis of having a brain injury …. is when it all changed…. like the snap of fingers!

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My/our Eureka (light-bulb) moment (of insight)
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‘From BMW to BMX’ (do a “google”, when you get a mo, c!)
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see https://craigswritingjourney.wordpress.com/2018/07/24/from-riches-to-rags/
via After my car accident and life with the diagnosis of having a brain injury …. is when it all changed…. like the snap of fingers!

originally from https://brainheadinjury.wordpress.com/2019/03/27/journal-entries-after-my-car-accident-and-life-with-the-diagnosis-of-having-a-brain-injury-october-162016-is-when-it-all-changed-like-the-snap-of-fingers/
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“It took me 15 years to find out that I had no talent for writing, but by then I couldn’t give it up, because by then I was too famous to give up.”

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via “It took me 15 years to find out that I had no talent for writing, but by then I couldn’t give it up, because by then I was too famous to give up.”

Design Arts: by/from Gisborne Photographer Gray Clapham