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  • This morning started like any tuesday morning the last couple of months.
    Me sitting on the bus, slowly making it's way to a day filled with work. I was tired because of lack of sleep from the past couple of nights but I had some good tunes in my headphones and the weather was just fantastic. Half way I found myself slightly bored and hungering for some inspiration to plant a seed in my imagination. So I went on twitter to see what the stories people of the world wanted to share with me. Almost immediately my eye caught this particular tweet by this girl. I've been following her tweets for sometime and they are always filled with emotions and wonderful words.
    And this tweet, on this tuesday morning was no different. It quite simply said:

    "Going to Stockholm to change the world"

    So I tweeted her saying:

    "Just a regular tuesday?"

    And her answer was:

    "every single day pretty you :)"

    Unaware of what those two tweets had just planted in me I carried on with my day.
    I arrived at work, sat down and started looking through my emails and started working.

    Then I checked my twitter and she was still there working as hard as ever changing the world.

    At that exact moment something started to grow inside of me. Since I was a little kid I've known that one of my deepest desires has been to impact the world.

    It still is.

    I still want to impact the world.

    I want to impact it massively.

    Today she planted a seed with an idea within. A vision, a vague one, but a vision none the less. It has been growing inside of me all day. I'm excited. I hope the world is ready.

    I could list a ton of people that have planeted a seed, inspired me and pushed me to create all of my projects in the past. But the best thing is when you realize what that certain person has done to you.
    That's the most incredible of feelings I've ever encountered!

    But at the same time as I feel this incredible rush, there's is also this weird feeling inside of me.

    I've never met this wonderful person, and I don't have this wonderful person around me at all time. Sure she's only a tweet away, but it bums me out that I can't meet her everyday or call her telling her about my ideas, or something that makes me happy or sad or some other feeling that I really want to share.

    Or that moment of uncertainty when telling her about a idea. Not knowing if she will love it or tell me to dig even deeper for a new one.

    That's one of the coolest things with us humans, there's a whole bunch of really cool people that you just want to be surrounded by. And to some extent you surround yourself with cool people. The kind of people that make the world a cooler place to live in and just make you happy just by being the best possible version of themselves. But for me, I want more, more friends, more people to care about, more people to love, more people to worry about, more people to form ideas with, more people to chill with. More awesome people to do amazing things with.

    Julia Mjörnstedt keep changing the world , keep spreading your strength and emotions and keep on being the best possible version of yourself.

    By doing that I believe with all my heart that you will succeed on making the world even more wonderful place to live in.

    Hopefully I will get to meet you someday.
    Until that day let's impact the world together but in our own way.
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