Every Friday, I spend five minutes or so writing on a word prompt from the Five Minute Friday community. Then, I hit publish. Good for the writing muscles and for cultivating a playful approach to the writing work that can sometimes be taken oh-so-seriously.
if I could escape gravity’s chains
and melt into the clouds
I’d quickly find out
the frozen ceiling of the world ends up
and maybe I’d settle for flying low
since the grass is always greener
and the next star is always colder.
You can find the link up for today’s prompt here.
We hear the message on repeat—we “should” be walking with God, all day, every day.
The how of this way of life is often missing. And what does it actually mean, anyway?
To my mind, true connection is what we’re after. I’ve developed a resource that could be a simple starting place.
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