Wisdom of the Ages 9

I’ve learned
1. It is not what we have in this life that is important, it’s what we do. Money and things will soon be spent, sold, given away. But memories of what we’ve done will be passed from generation to generation.
2. I’ve wasted too much time and accomplished too little because I was afraid someone would look at my projects and see the imperfections. I’ve stopped “ripping out” and “throwing away” my mistakes and started putting them together. If I go tomorrow (well maybe not tomorrow) they will have quilts and other projects that are imperfect, with tiny flaws – just like I am.
Female. Columbus, Ohio, USA

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