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  • The Space to Write

    The Space to Write

    Hi, I am writing on my bamboo standing desk and channeling the space to write. It is facing the wall, and to the left of me, I have a secondary monitor on a moving arm. Further left, I have a view of the canal. The best part about that is I can rest my eyes and look […]

  • “Your life is what your thoughts make it.”

    “Your life is what your thoughts make it.”

    “Your life is what your thoughts make it.” Confucius Hi, friends, I hope all is well. Today, I’m doing a timed writing workout. To pick a quote that speaks to me in the exercise. The challenge mentioned that it’s like an epigraph. It’s similar to how an author inserts a quote at the beginning of […]

  • Image of God

    Image of God

    Image of God My Discovery When I look at the image of God, I remember a time I cried at Hill Sung Church. Then, I played my harmonica to the toon of Way Maker by Leeland. Then, I hoped to find a love that would understand my feelings and hold me tighter than my beating […]

  • Abundance

    Abundance

    I see a location of openness and oneness. I think of the stock market no more. The last few weeks were hectic cos my focus was solely on learning and cramming so much information. If I had to put a smell to it, I would choose electric wire burning. I think of the wire plastic […]

  • Day Two: Write a List

    Day Two: Write a List

    Today, let’s write a list. According to the everyday inspiration a list will allow me to loosen up my mind and unlock more ideas. The challenge is to choose one of the following topics. Things I Like I’ve Learned I Wish You’re Good At I decided to go with a timer to limit myself to […]

  • Day One: I write because

    Day One: I write because

    I’m scared of doing the free stream writing type. I write in the morning on Apple tablet with Julie Carmon’s morning pages. Alway wishing to free write on my blog instead. However, morning pages are for the birds and meant to be kept private. Now I’m exploring why I’m writing. Why do I need to […]

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