A friend of mine, Scott French, shared the following analogy. The author of this analogy is unknown. However, it’s a powerful one. After reading it, ask yourself, “What’s in my cup?”Continue reading
Having recently read Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 for the first time, I thought I’d share the following clip of him talking about the persistence and inspiration that goes into writing.
I’ve been blogging for less than a month, and today I was surprised with my first award. One of my followers, Hollin Scott, presented me with the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award,” which I now proudly display on my new “Awards” tab. Being recognized for doing good work is always a wonderful feeling, and I’m glad my blog brings enjoyment to my followers and visitors.
Since this award deals with inspiration, I’d like to share with you a song I’ve always found inspirational; it’s All The Time by Barry Manilow, and it’s about believing in yourself and realizing there are other people in the world just like you. As writers, we convey emotion through words so the reader can identify with what we create. This song’s beautiful lyrics resonate in a way that is mesmerizing, and Manilow’s heartfelt delivery only makes them more impactful. I’m certain you’ll be moved, and, who knows, maybe even inspired.