Don’t fear the storms…embrace them. Don’t curse the storms…respect them. Be well, and thanks for reading.
Don’t be afraid to scribble your soul onto paper. Never fear what someone else may think. Do your thing…paint the world with your thoughts. This world could use more of that beauty. Be well, and thanks for reading.
We’re all alive…but are we living? We have beating hearts, but do they love? We have eyes, but do they truly see? Let’s not get so caught up in surviving that we forget about actually living. Be well, and thanks for reading.
The world will be the world; don’t let it get you down. Don’t let it crush your spirit. There’s a beauty in the world that continues to give life as long as we train our eyes to see that beauty.
Never be afraid to tell your stories; there is a powerful freedom in the pen. Be well, and thanks for reading.
It often seems like we’re more concerned with the outcome of things…and as a result, the beginning is neglected. We want the end result so bad, but never quite flesh out how to begin in the first place. Starting a project, goal, or task is arguably more important than finishing it. Why not start today?
Whatever your reason for writing, keep on doing it. Be well, and thanks for reading.
Our words can shaped to convey beauty, pain, and everything in between. Be well, and thanks for reading.
Dreams and goals; two important words that pack a whole lot of meaning. If it’s one connecting factor between us all, it’s that most of us possess some sort of dreams and goals. We all want to do something and be something and accomplish something. Most of us want to, in our thoughts, become the product of those aspirations. We have the power to do just that, and we’ve heard that concept a million times. Thoughts are a good start, and actions will progress those thoughts one step further. Become an alphabet; become whatever word, sentence, phrase, or book that you want to be. Do something today to add a few great lines to your own story. Be well, and thanks for reading.
Why do we write? The reasons are different for all of us. Some write from darker places of pain or hurt or sadness, while others dig from sunnier, lighter emotions. Either way, the desire to write is a strong one…a beautifully freeing exercise in self expression. To those that write, continue to put your beautiful souls to paper. Thanks for reading.