Write the things which thou hast seen and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter.
I write to celebrate the strange adventure of life.
I write to relive moments too precious to forget.
I write to light the way for the children, so that they will find their own writing paths.
I write to clear the clutter in my mind, to ease the ache in my soul – and to encourage others to do the same.
I write to set my imagination free, to create worlds, to discover what happens there.
I write because characters pop into my head and need a place to be.
I write because mental images materialize, insisting that they have meanings, and that their meanings matter.
I write because I am a warrior. I will defend what I believe.
I write because I believe writing is a transcendent, transformative force.
I write to celebrate having loved and been loved
because love and words never die.
I write because words are in my life’s blood, always flowing, arranging, rearranging, singing a story
that really has
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