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When I worked in Los Angeles covering hard news, very often when something important would happen Id be off in the woods
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"When I worked in Los Angeles covering hard news, very often when something important would happen I'd be off in the woods covering something unimportant, which was more interesting to me"

- Charles Kuralt

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Charles Kuralt's quote talks to the significance of pursuing one's enthusiasms and interests, even when they might not be the most important or relevant. He worked in Los Angeles covering hard news, but typically found himself drawn to stories that were less important however more intriguing to him. This speaks to the idea that it is necessary to follow one's own interests and passions, even if they may not be the most important or newsworthy. Kuralt's quote likewise speaks with the concept that it is essential to put in the time to value the small, unimportant minutes in life, as they can typically be the most interesting and gratifying. By pursuing his own interests, Kuralt was able to discover delight and fulfillment in his work, even when it was not the most important or relevant.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Charles Kuralt between September 10, 1934 and July 4, 1997. He/she was a famous Journalist from USA. The author also have 40 other quotes.

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