Why, a search in YouTube. Of course.
This video brought tears to my eyes, and a lot of hope back into my heart on this dampish, greyish, depressed sort of day.
It also made me laugh at myself. I actually felt like "retyping" all of the quotes into a new powerpoint presentation, just because I found the slides blurry. (I would have, of course, given the creator of the original slideshow, credit for pulling the quotes together in the first place.)
I laugh, because I declared on the post before this one, that I have made real progress on my perfectionism. Let me qualify that. Sometimes, I am less of a perfectionist, and let things just "be" as they are. It is the right thing to do.
In any case, I feel better. Blurry and all.