Create Something Magnificent

Sandalwood and Amber

Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel while standing, suspended, on a scaffold that hung from the high ceiling.  He was originally asked to paint twelve figures, but he turned down the job because he saw himself as a sculptor that a painter.  However, when he was giving free rein to paint what he wanted, he agreed, and despite the uncomfortable circumstances he wound up creating 300  figures and more than 5000 square feet of frescoes.

When you may be feeling limited with restrictions, you stick to your path. You could wind up creating something truly Magnificent.

Painting by Mimi Stuart~”Reflection of Inner Beauty”~Live the Life you Desire

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6 thoughts on “Create Something Magnificent

  1. Sean Mungin says:

    This is true! That’s how I ended up on WordPress.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. T.R. Sanders says:

    “Life is too short not to create something with every breath we take.”

    Liked by 1 person

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