Your writing is yours.  No one can order anything from or for it.  Everything around you, especially now, is instructional… can teach or show you something about YOU.  This time during covid is one not to be dismissed or wasted.  There is immense opportunity in your day-to-day, for your pages, for your reading and how you react.  The individual moments and conversation you have in these unique and unusual days are letters, to you.  Letters urging action and insight.  Don’t be numb or indifferent.  Keep your pen moving, stay in the chair, get yourself to a new There.  Pages.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Finnegan Ransome says:

    I Don’t like the idea of getting to loving my chair but I hope to one day soon be able to be comfortable and able to focus and understand this complex material on the computer. I am optimistic though, and I am pushed by the fact that i’m blessed. That with this life I am trying my best to make these days the best as possible, with covid(and everything else).

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    1. mikemadigan says:

      You don’t have to love the chair, but you need to be there if you want to happen what you want to happen.


  2. Gabriel Serrano says:

    Something interesting about these times is that after spending weeks without going out, you start to ask yourself what are you doing on a day, is it really worth it to stay all day on social media?
    I think this is the perfect time for some people to learn something new, to read and write about anything that comes to our mind

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    1. mikemadigan says:

      Yes!! A time to incubate, collect, narrate.

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  3. Alric Thomas III says:

    These are the best times to improve on skills like reading and writing. I have been trying to force myself to write at least a couple pages a day.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. mikemadigan says:

      That’s awesome!!


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