Summary Of There Is No Perfect Moment By Will Allen

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“There is no perfect moment,” says Will Allen, a proactive urban farmer and activist, in his book The Good Food Revolution (p.39). Allen says this quotation in the context of his advice to “get started.” That is, stop talking about doing something and be a doer! Just as Will Allen states: “Idealism can sometimes lead to inaction,” I can identify with this notion (p. 39). There are many pursuits in my life that I often talk about doing but never actually follow through with. From picking up the last Pulitzer prize winning book to learning how to better communicate in French, my list of activities that I talk about more than actually do is long and varied. I suppose the one activity that is necessary for me to stop talking about and start doing
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