The Challenge

When I accepted upon myself this writing challenge, I thought I was only accepting a fifteen-minute commitment, one thought a day – a small effort. In truth, I’ve accepted upon myself much more. Writing is hard. Thinking is hard. Commitment is hard. There’s too much to say in too little time. The clock is ticking. Life is hard. There’s too much to do in too little time. We won’t live forever. The page is blank, and the pen is in your hand. What will you write?

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