Baring the Writer’s Soul

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works.” VirginaWoolf If you close your soul to your readers – if you leave out your personal stories from your compositions, your excellent literary prowess and mastery of the craft will at best produce…

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YEAST

Hello, Thank God for home (mom’s baking) and school (biology, I think!) If you have a mom who bakes or makes pastries, and attended a good elementary school like mine, you will relate perfectly to my post today. If not, oh well – go collect some change. I’m kidding, alright? It’s the baker’s yeast I…

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What I want

I will go straight to the point. Jesus lived his whole life in God’s will, which included living exclusively in Israel, but his message travelled round and into the whole world. He wasn’t a noisemaker, but when he spoke, it was with the authority of a life well-lived. As a creative person, or a person of purpose,…

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Just thinking

Hello. I’m just thinking: If Job lived in the 21st century, his life might be like this: He would lose his job. All his kids would die in a car crash on his first son’s thirtieth birthday. And while still grieving, he would discover he had cancer. Then his wife would file for divorce. But…

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Life…

Life isn’t perfect. Never has been, never will be. Whatever good life gives you, there’s always going to be a twist of imperfection in it. You’re happy you got a new job, but there’s a horrible boss waiting. You’re happy you finally got the money, but the house you wanted to buy just got off…

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