Tweedles paid me a terrific complement last week. She said, "I think you write from your heart, cause I can feel stuff you say."
Wow. As a writer, I can't think of anything I'd rather hear than that someone can feel what I say.
This blog has become a source of inspiration to me because of all of you. Things that you write from your hearts jogs my memory and makes me think of things long forgotten.
Each and every writing exercise that we do together has special meaning. If I knew you had the time for a long read, I would copy every comment that was left last week and let you have the same goosebumps that I did. Since it's the weekend and I know everyone is busy, I'll let you read any comments you want at your leisure.
Anulal said, "The best writing happens when our heart starts giving instructions to our hand, with the hidden doors of memories opened. Many of the recent literature lacks this and only became an act or trick, which can be performed through knowing the jargons of the theories and language."
Another wow. That was so well said. I honestly believe when we just frolic with language, exciting and meaningful writing follows whenever we want. Writing that talks to someone rather than at them is what true communication is all about.
Trust me when I say that I can hear all of you talk to me! Thank you so much.