"Writing teaches impermanence. It shows us how to move with ease from one chapter of our lives to another." Laraine Herring
Though, typing this, I wonder if writing doesn't also teach us to to be fully inside a chapter, to know not only when to move on, but when to move "in."


  1. what you are saying is "live in the moment" in each chapter of our lives, enjoy it and try to move gracefully to the next chapter, not always so

    What I learned when my father died, is that I thought of the things he taught me by example more after he died, realized his goodness and kindness more than I had when he lived. So I decided he didn't really leave me, but is more with me than before. Alzhiemers was the robber, not death.


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