I’ve known I wanted to be a writer for over twenty years, but there is a difference between being a writer and being an author. Having a published book is what stood in the way of that dream. When I first embarked on my writing journey, I wrote for different reasons than I do now. Then
I'll be honest, some days I just don't feel like I am chosen to do anything meaningful. Why is that? Do you feel like that too? Going through the day-to-day challenges of this world can sometimes seem overwhelming. Sometimes it can feel as though we are not worthy to be chosen by anyone.
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I am typically the kind of person who forges ahead and completes whatever task I have set my mind to. Quitting is not really a word in my vocabulary. I am a go-getter, a driven person, someone who does not back down when I believe in something, an eye on the prize kind of girl. So why have I decided to be a quitter now?
In my early twenties, I was saved. I was in a troublesome marriage and I longed for an unconditional love that would save me from the destruction of my heart. I found it in going to church and loving Jesus. After my divorce, I slowly began to leave the love I had found behind. I don’t remember being deliberate about it. It just happened.