What’s Next – Monday Motivation

What did you get done? It can be an opportunity to try new things, learn new things and also finish things you have always wanted to do.#sevenoaksmums#kentlife

Today I thought about What Simon Paine asked Can you describe in One Picture What you Do?

This would be one of the things I did during #COVID-19 and #self-isolation after having been made redundant.

As most people know, writing is a passion, definitely not profitable, as renowned authors exchange their words, time, effort, investigation, dedication for free. As my neighbour discussed today how honourable it is to win The Booker Prize but in the end it was for being recognised definitely not the 50,000 prize.

A path of self-expression, sharing words that can comfort our own souls and the souls of others is a great way to unravel the thoughts, actions and past mistakes and put them into perspective. You might be writing a drama, a love story, a horror story, an inspirational memoir. “The words we speak can be forgotten in a moment but the words we write can transcend time.” ParkerPen

Words and #books have the ability to comfort us in moments when we are lost for words and need that extra loving helping hand. The melody and song of poetry as they filled the pages, the stories of the people who came and left.

Each one of my books are dedicated to the people who matter most in my life and I know that long after I have gone will be remembered for the memories, words, thoughts captured for them to turn the pages so they are kept deep in their minds, hearts, bodies and souls. When they need that extra encouragement, thoughtfulness, appreciation, strength, courage to Rise it’s time to believe in YOU!

It’s never to late to write a book, as last week I shared and created a website for a wonderful gentleman +80 who still writes on an old typewriter so it was time to create his author page, webpage and share his passion for walking.

For those who know me well, behind the scenes not only writing was going on but helping others with their pains.

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