“Why-eeee do people keep ahhh-sking —” Thalia tries out their new metallic paint markers, “if we have any trips on the hor-i-zahn?!”
“Because,” Nia dances in her chair, “they think riches lie — in distant lands?”
“In our studio… there aren’t any lines… except for the ones we draw.” Calliope stretches and surveys the room. “I’m glad we dug… and found… our acre of diamonds.”
Your diamonds are not in far distant mountains or in yonder seas; they are in your own backyard, if you but dig for them.
~Russell H. Conwell
Any little bit of experimenting in self-nurturance is very frightening for most of us.