If we were having coffee right now…
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I’m staring out of my hotel room window. The sound of kids laughing and playing in the swimming pool is audible even from 22 floors above. A contrast to my sadden heart as I just learnt of a friend who has suddenly passed away and gone home to the Lord.
20 days writing prompt series. Day ten: Let the scene write itself
Would I write daily?
Would I be happier? Continue reading “I wonder how it would be like if I have more time to write.”
You are supposed to write a blog post for your Every Day Inspiration writing challenge. Instead, you are searching for yet another new WordPress template for this blog, drinking coffee, eating peanuts, reading articles, and doing a whole lot of musing. Anything but writing a deserving post for today’s writing prompt of ‘write a post in letter format’.
20 days writing prompt series. Day eight: Reinvent the letter format
When something so Big is in control, I’m reminded that my worries about little things are quite frankly, unnecessary.
Like a pianist with a regular ritual in practising his/her skill, here are the ten
rituals items in my ideal setting to write.
Just keep swimming—Dory.
When my blended-but-I-thought-was-doing-well-family spun out of control; my world was shaken to the core.
The good questions often surface when we slow down internally and take the time to reflect.
I’ll always remember this phrase; you are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequences of your choice.
I’m free to choose to overeat either in terms of calories or quantity; I’m not free to choose the consequences of gaining weight.
I’m free to stay up too late; I’m not free to choose the consequences of grogginess the next day.
I’m free to choose to hold on to unforgiveness; I’m not free to choose the consequences of bitterness.
I’m free to be careless with my words; I’m not free to choose the consequences of damaged relationships.
I’m free to let my love for writing to remain as wishful thinking; I’m not free to choose the consequences of living (or dying) with regrets.
On the flip side:
I’m free to choose to eat moderately and healthily and enjoy being able to fit nicely into whatever clothes I wear.
I’m free to choose to sleep by a designated time and enjoy clear-thinking and better energy the next day.
I’m free to choose to forgive and enjoy being set free.
I’m free to choose uplifting words and enjoy seeing others being encouraged and not tear down.
I’m free to choose to persist with this daily writing prompts and enjoy whatever that comes with it—satisfaction, interaction with the blogging community, and hopefully being able to encourage someone along the way.
What would you choose to do, or not to do today?
20 days writing prompt series. Day three: One-word inspiration.