I write because it’s the song to my soul.
When I write, I feel every cell in me comes alive. I write—because that’s one of the greatest ways for me to hear myself.
And then I write because of you. The you who resonates not only with the content of my writing but the heart of it. The you who may pause and ponder in mid-sentence through the article. The you who just may need that bit of soul-lifting for the day. The you who may say, “someone gets me.”
Most importantly, I write because of Him. I write because He has given me the gift of writing.
I used to shy away from acknowledging this gift. But I’ve been correctly pointed out that—all good gifts come from God—and we are to be grateful. Not only that, but we are also to use it for good. So I write to give the glory back to God—for He gives me the joy of doing so.
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