What seed of genius is inside you?

This is November 19th of my book:  ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At ATime‘.

Take the opportunity today to visit an awe inspiring building.

Whenever I go on holiday, anywhere, I’m always looking for interesting buildings to admire. I find it hard to walk past a beautiful church without going inside for a look around. There’s a reason why religions put so much time, money and effort into creating fantastic architecture – it inspires us! It never ceases to amaze me that hundreds of years ago builders were able not only to design such incredible structures but were also able to build them. No cranes, no theodolites, no hightech machinery. Just craftsmanship and engineering prowess.

If you want to feel inspired there is no quicker way in my book than to experience something awesome in nature – and remember, we are in nature every bit as much as the great redwoods or termite mounds. Be inspired by what your fellow man has created and realise that you have the seed for that genius inside you, just waiting to manifest in your own special way.





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4 responses to “What seed of genius is inside you?

  1. Hi Stuart,
    I’ve always been fascinated by buildings too. Especially those with a long history. I always like to research the history and imagine what it was like to live during that time period. The closest thing I’ll probably ever have to a time machine 🙂
    Take Care!

  2. love “awe inspiring ” buildings…but, will have to check one out on another day…
    I guess my favorite place that was awe inspiring to me was West Baden…In French Lick, Indiana…awesome old hotel… and there is always a story to go with them it seems…

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