Archive for the Frederick Buechner Tag

Healing In the Simplicity of Your Story

“Writing is prayer.” – Franz Kafka In today’s world with ever-more distracting, inane and attention-grabbing information, it can be particularly challenging for new storytellers to overcome the fear that their story is too simple and uninteresting.         We’re the worst judges of our own stories. Despite that and the fact that sharing your story honestly and with vulnerability
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The Writer’s Commitment to Freedom

“Spring always new forms of life, from the soul of man that is joined to the soul of stone; Out of the meaningless practical shapes of all that is living or lifeless, Joined with the artist’s eye, new life, new form, new colour. Out of the sea of sound the life of music….” T.S. Eliot Many thoughts you have to
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