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There are several definitions for the word “vitality”.  My favorite is the capacity for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful existence.  So the question is where does this “drive” come from?  For me it comes from several places. There is a pure satisfaction in creating artwork that I know will bring happiness to other people. That keeps me going.  But I also have a need to earn a living to pay my bills so I can eat.  The former gives my life purpose and the later is necessary for motivation. At 45 I feel more “vitality” now than I ever have.  It’s funny how in the first half of your life you have a lot of energy but less focus.

Enjoy my latest in my Transforming Energy series titled “Vitality”.

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