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There are many variations of the quote themed around ‘the wealthiest place is the cemetery’, which is cited to have originated from Ed Wynn a popular American comedian in January 1932. The version I find more inspiring is that of Dr. Myles Munroe, who in the preface of his book ‘Understanding Your Potential (Discovering The Hidden You)’ says:
“The wealthiest spot on the planet is not the oil fields of Kuwait, Iraq or Saudi Arabia. Neither is it the gold and diamond mines of South Africa, the uranium mines of the Soviet Union or the silver mines of Africa. Though it may surprise you, the richest deposits lie just a few blocks from your house. They rest in your cemetery or local graveyard. Buried beneath the soil within the sacred grounds are dreams that never came to pass, songs that were never sung, books that were never written, paintings that never filled a canvas, ideas that were never shared, visions that never became a reality, inventions that were never designed, plans that never went beyond the drawing board of the mind and purposes that were never fulfilled. Our graveyards are filled with potential that remained potential. What a tragedy!”
I am endeavouring that that quote will not be part of obituary, and it is to this end that I have solicited the expertise and professionalism of Love Literacy to support me in creatively penning my experiences and imagination, that those whom I may not be fortunate enough to meet, may become a literary audience whose lives may be impacted by my God given life.
There will always be obstacles to overcome in the pursuit of accomplishing ones dreams, for me my age, location, time constraints and the need for grammatical structure are hurdles I have approached. Whilst Love Literacy cannot jump them for me, it has however, come alongside me to guide and motivate me to swing each leg across, and even when I fall it is a helping hand to go back and face the bar again, even if it seems higher to cross than at first, there is always another way, but jump it I MUST!
Of my many dreams, I hope to leave not just an impression on history, but an indelible mark through the medium of writing.
With the end in sight – thank you Love Literacy for your part on my journey.