The Gunnison Galaxy Blog

Finding The Core

Rise higher. There will be some days when it will feel like centimeters. Just show up. You'll get another shot. It may even be something inexplicable. You will be rested, well fed, positive, but yet something will feel off. Battle through it. It is only temporary. It is only energy and most likely not even your own. Erase who you are and rebirth yourself. Sharpen your will. This is just a test. And it is a test to increase your brilliance and fortitude. It shows itself in these subversive ways. Accept the challenge. It is for your betterment. Success can be measured in milestone markers. Your body of work and the accolades you receive may be a testament to this. Ask of yourself who you want to become. It is easy to get caught up in comparisons. And how less harder those other people had it. Or not... How much do you want it? And how far will you go? Careful to let the desire factor outweigh the awareness of the effort already put in. Cultivate that earning to get the giant payoff. Make those daily investments. And appreciate. It can be tricky quantifying labor with results. Be true to your goals. No one can take that away from you. Own it. DD

Ways

Dig as deep as you can. The ultimate accomplishments are way past your purview, resting on that crest beyond the crest. Around those switchbacks, and down through the gullies.  If you think you've reached your mark, you've only just begun. The first milestone will approach when you are thrice ready to quit, the next when you see no point in it all, and the next when you are heralded. 

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Arizona Daily Star- 25AUG16 "Thriller Misfortune..."

Tucson played host to the film "Misfortune, recently shot there.  As per the Arizona Daily Star:

"This is IMDb’s quick rundown of the new crime thriller “Misfortune”: “When a young man, down on his luck, learns about his father’s killer’s parole, it sets off a cat and mouse chase through the hostile desert, searching for a hidden family inheritance.” Guess what city plays the “hostile desert” in the flick?  Yup, yours truly. Tucson."