My husband and I were talking in the car the other day, and he said something about a friend of ours. He said, “She’s really good at being a friend.” And in the silence, we were thinking of a couple people we love very much but who, frankly, are not so good at being friends. […]
We love Bob Goff. We love him because he shows us what’s capable in a human life. There is no ceiling to Bob’s belief that a simple life loving people can change the world. He’s loved his way into a diplomatic position in Uganda, into starting a massive school for children, into starting another in […]
We look to others to name us as writers. Are we any good? Do we have a big fan base on social media? Are we published, famous, bestselling? We believe when we arrive at one of these landmark stops, we will be a bonafide. Writing becomes a destination that is either filled with applause at the end, or it is nothing at all. However, as long as we look to others for approval, we will never find our voice.
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Your Story Is Not A Paint By Number
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Put Your Pain into Perspective
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