Our Writing Should Reflect What Is In Our Hearts

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Your writing may look different lately.

You may not be working on that article or novel.

Instead, you may be sending cards of cheer. Notes of encouragement to friends and loved ones.

That’s good. Because our writing should reflect what is in our hearts. I’m guessing most are turned toward love, empathy, and compassion at times like these. 

Completing that book or writing those reviews may not be what is priority right now.

Let your heart and soul direct you to look beyond yourself and your circumstances. Let your writing speak to the needs of others. 

As authors, our words have the power to move, exhilarate, spread compassion.

Our words travel via the internet, telephone lines, and Hallmark cards. 

Whatever the vehicle, communication of how much we care is the key.

I wish you health, safety, and the knowledge that God is in control.

He loves and cares about us infinitely more than is possible for us to comprehend.

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