No extreme editing; no worrying about perfect grammar, font, or punctuation.
Unscripted. Unedited. Real.
5 mins of writing on a set topic.
I’ve decided that if I ever wanted to do more writing….and to really get serious about it then I need to be able to just write. Simply write. So I’m going to join some friends linking up at Lisa-Jo’s blog and we shall see what fun ensues…..
So here goes….
My mind has been on a particular tweet that entered my twitter feed today. I can’t stop thinking on these words: The ancient Greeks didn’t write obituaries – they asked one question when a person died ‘what was their passion?’ – J John
This is my new challenge to myself.
We learn a lot about someone when we know what and who they are passionate about.
When you die, what will people remember about you? What did people know about you? For really, truly, our passions drive us, our passions make us known.What will people remember about me? What do people know about me?
What do people see when they look at you?
What does your life say, about what drives you, what motivates you?
Look. People are looking at you. People are seeing you.
No matter how small you feel, no matter how lonely your days, or how insignificant you believe you are – you are seen. You have an audience.
Your audience is of One, but also of those around you, when you don’t even feel the eyes on you.
What is your passion, and are you living it out, for people do look and people do see.
Look. People are looking, at you and at me.