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Your work that you considered perfect was and still is perfect for its space in time. Look with inspiration at people who face graver challenges and you will find that their very example motivates you to cherish your perfect article or book and be proud of it. Today is a new day, and yesterday’s prefect book may need a little dusting, or polishing to meet your perfect stamp of approval for today.
Perfection is what you perceive it as, and this holds true for every other person in world. It may not be one person’s idea of perfection, so job at hand is to match your perfection with publisher or editor who will consider it “perfection” when right moment in time comes along.
The only mistake you can make will be to give up and quit. Quitting is nobody’s idea of perfection and it will never be. If you quit, it is failure - right down to that last sentence, that last period. The ONLY time you fail is when you quit. Your article or book can never be given chance to be perfect to anyone at anytime. You wrote “The End” and closed cover. ©Arleen M. Kaptur
Arleen Kaptur has written numerous articles, e-books Websites: http://www.rusticliving.info http://www.Arleens-RusticLiving.com http://www.arleenssite.com http://www.webspawner.com/users/rusticliving.index.html