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Dear Reader,

View this page as a place where you and I can have a conversation on subjects that are meaningful to both of us. On a regular basis I plan to post a topic or question on my mind which I encourage you to respond to (see below).

On this same page you will also find some of the responses that have been sent in by those who have viewed this web site. Please feel free to submit your own questions and thoughts which I might comment on and share with other viewers. I truly look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Archive for October, 2009

WRITER’S PROMPT: What’s in Your Heart?

Sunday, October 25th, 2009

Make believe that you could see deeply into your heart. What do you expect you might find?

WRITER’S PROMPT: Create Your Own Rap Song

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Late at night you turn on the radio and hear a rap song that YOU have written. It dominates the air waves and reflects your deepest thoughts, your obsessions, your anger, your joy, your special view of the world. Everyone is mouthing the words to your song. Here is how it goes:
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WRITER’S PROMPT: Writing Your Own Obituary

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

Everybody, no matter how young and strong and vibrant each one is today, will have obituaries someday, too, writes columnist Peggy Noonan in the Oct. 3 Wall Street Journal (”Keeping America Safe From the Ranters”).

”Their careers will be captured in eulogies, leaving their children proud, or not. In a way you’re writing your own obit every day. You’re making the lead paragraph positive and constructive, or not.”

She continues: ”Someone’s going to sum you up one day. You want to live your professional life in a way that they can write good things.”

While she is focusing on people’s professional lives, one could also say this applies to our personal lives, too. So, what about you? If you had to write your obituary today and summarize your life, would you find a lot of positive things to write about — or would you find something else? What kind of life, whether professional or person, do you want to lead?
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