High Praise for Narrow Mindedness


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Lisa Lillibridge, “Noise” acrylic, 2′ x 2′, 2010

in·ten·tion
inˈtenCHən/
noun
plural noun: intentions

1.
a thing intended; an aim or plan.
“she was full of good intentions”

This painting reminds me of too often what my brain feels like—going different directions, no singular path, no intention set and therefore no thought map for the day. We think of “narrow minded” as a negative term. In this day and age I think it is the smartest path if it means you aren’t wasting time on media that isn’t getting you closer to your goals.

I am setting an intention to narrow my focus. My desire is to block the “noise” that isn’t educating me on topics that need my most urgent attention. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, lets try. Send me a note with your intention. Sometimes just telling someone makes it seem more real. Good Luck on your quest to become more narrow minded.

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