My high school guidance counselor has an indelible place in my memory. Unfortunately, I don’t mean that in a good way.
I sat across from him in a small cubby that somehow functioned as an office. Dim, yellow light provided just enough light for him to find my name on his roster of students. But not even the dim light could not hide his disbelief when I told him that I wanted to finish high school early so I could jump-start my college career and marry the girl of my dreams.
Since the “Great American Eclipse” has just ended, I thought that I’d post an enlightening article on how to brilliantly display talents that will keep your competition…in the dark.
We all need someone to listen to us; a voice to help guide us through the dark places in our lives. But none of us will hear that voice if we are presenting and reacting to the ordinary.
Writing allows me to harness the awe-inspiring power of creativity; it allows me to create the ultimate lesson. I can breathe life into fictitious characters, create a compelling story-line and then-poof! a lesson that just might alter a reader’s life for the better is born.
About two weeks ago my family and I were getting ready for our commute home from church when my daughter blurted out: “Are we going to Aunty Esther’s house?”
Fear destroys relationships. Fear crushes health. Fear paralyzes us and keeps us from showing our true potential. So if it’s so … More