Interpreting Your Life

You are right! You know when I started this blog it did not appeal to me at the time of starting it. However, since I have taken the notion to voice my opinions, thoughts, accomplishments, and many other things. I have realized that I do not follow through on some things in my life. I am finally taking charge of my life and doing things for myself. Writing is one of those things that I do for myself. If people do not like the things that I write about it does not matter. The only thing that matters is that I like the things that I write about on my blog. Thank you for sharing this post. 🙂

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“The decision to speak out is the vocation and lifelong peril by which the intellectual must live.”   —Kay Boyle

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“I went for years not finishing anything. Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged…I had poems which were rewritten so many times I suspect it was just a way of avoiding sending them out.”  —Erica Jong

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There are ordinary truths and eloquent truths. The ordinary truth is that some painters can garner six figures for their canvases while you probably can’t. The eloquent truth is that this abrasive fact need not alter your resolve to live an authentic life. The ordinary truth is that you will make mistakes and messes and fall short many times. The eloquent truth is that this need not defeat you, that you can keep trying and that you can keep kicking. When you marry these two ideas—willing yourself to matter and…

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