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There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.
-- Richard Avedon


Saturday, February 21, 2004

Probable and possible

Pay attention to what is probable. Yet never lose sight of all that is possible.

The difference between what is probable and what is possible for you is based on your attitude, your thoughts, your actions. With enough commitment, you can make the most unlikely possibilities happen.

Settling for what is probable is just an excuse to abandon the best of what is possible. There is never any good reason to settle for less than the best of what can be.

Embrace the possibilities. Make the best of them yours by making the necessary effort to bring them to life.

Though something may be probable, its not a foregone conclusion. Now is the moment to take the best of what is possible, and make it happen.

— Ralph Marston

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