scene of many lost toys and an environment which allows us to learn a great deal at a very early age. What we learn in this setting is that there is only so much sand. We also learn that there is enough sand for everyone as long as we share. Through observation we can create all kinds of interesting things with sand. Most significantly it was of less importance who you were surrounded by than the activity you were participating in. You mixed, poured, compacted and sifted the sand all in an effort to observe what would happen.

If you could take that same attitude and apply it to where you are today, you would be able to surmount any obstacle to create your ultimate dream!

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