Thursday, August 07, 2008

Magic & Persistence

From Sherman Alexie's article "Sixty-One Things I Learned During the Sonics Trial" from The Stranger, an excerpt.

"53. Do you know why Indian rain dances always worked? Because the Indians would keep dancing until it rained."

This pretty much synopsizes a good deal of life's happenings. From magic to faith to completed projects to success at school, nothing beats persistence and an incredible belief in oneself to get to the journey's end successfully.

TOTH to Margaret Howie over at The Bookslut for the link to the article.

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