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 Wanted to share this quotation I read today from prose editor at Tahoma Literary Review, Yi Shun Lai. 

"Years ago, I decided to stop telling young creatives that they should find what they're passionate about. Now I tell them to hunt down what they're willing to work towards. (I stole this from someone on LinkedIn and can't remember who now.)"

I liked it so much, I gave it a background I similarly enjoy.

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