The Beginning

The clock is ticking. After fifteen minutes I must lift my hands off the keyboard. I’ve accepted upon myself the challenge to write for fifteen minutes a day, five days a week, and post my pieces here on my blog. Each thought contains a universe. Throughout the day, we experience millions of feelings, insights, and inspirations. Of these millions of thoughts, how many are worth saving? How many are worth cherishing, writing down, and sharing? A thought can change a life. Writing is hard, but necessary. Since the beginning of language, all writers have strived to express their thoughts. So too, this writer strives and dreams and accepts the challenge. One day, one thought. Tick, tick, tock. My time has run out.


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