Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Challenge #100 "Viva la Diva"

This weeks challenge is the diva's 100th and it is brought to us by Maria Thomas introducing a new tangle Diva-Dance.

I cannot thank Maria and Rick enough for giving me the tools I needed to relax and create and the Diva for caring enough about our Zentangle community to offer us weekly challenges which brings us together like a warm fuzzy family.

I want to share with you a portion of a newsletter from the Clean CEO & Team Founder, Dhru Purohit.




What's the difference between a struggle and a challenge?


A struggle is a burden.
A challenge is an opportunity.

A struggle is, "I can't wait for this to be done."
A challenge is, "I can't wait to see where this goes."

A struggle is being in one place, but needing to be in another.
A challenge is fully being where you are, not needing to be anywhere else.

A struggle is, "How can I get out?"
A challenge is, "What more can I give?"

A struggle is resistance.
A challenge is acceptance.




I hope in the New Year to make my "struggles" into "challenges."









13 comments:

  1. How wonderfully the dance of the Diva moves across your tile!

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  2. Lets hope the new year has more challenges for you than struggles. I like your tile.

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  3. Love your tile and your wonderful quote. Thanks for posting.

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  4. Thanks for sharing the struggle and challenge words. Your tile is so simple and so beautiful.

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  5. Like the way this wends its way across the tile.

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  6. Thank you for sharing that great quote, it is so very appropriate. You dance with style and panache!

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  7. Your tile is stunningly beautiful... I love the simplicity of the design, and the way it moves.

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  8. Beautiful flow - lovely dance!

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  9. Wow, you did a great job here! The dance is bold and beautiful.

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  10. You like to dance, i can see that, i love it.

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  11. The simplicity of your design makes your tile dance.

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  12. Love the flow of this one. Simple yet strong effect.

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