To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. When was a time you believed in tomorrow? When was a time you gave faith - in yourself, others, a Higher source - a fighting chance? Share your story for this month’s Write Meow Monthly submission. (Full prompt online!)
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“I am a dangerous man when turned loose with a typewriter.” - Charles Bukowski
Many people ask me why I love typewriters so much, or why I have so many. This quote sort of answers that question. When I type on a typewriter there is a tactile impact from my finger, to the key, up the arm bar, and onto the page. So when I’m writing a heavy scene, or emotional scene, you are able to physically see the impact of the keys on the page. You can tell where I was really into it, or where I had to force the words out, or even where I might have gotten angry or sad along with my characters.
Love after loss: Benji Bennett- Irish Times
“My love for Adam is my love of life”
When you lose someone you have loved greatly, the love doesn’t go away – it just finds other ways to express itself, “My love for Adam will never change. He’s in the sun, he’s in the water I swim in, he’s everywhere, he’s in every part of nature. So that’s why I love nature. My love for Adam is my love of life.
This verse has been resonating in my spirit for weeks. There are good “works” that was ordained for us to do, to complete, to walk in, for the Lord. Have you started walking in the works God ordained for you? If not, get busy. If so, there’s even more for you to do. So, get busy.