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Writing on a Timer

I set the timer for 20 minutes. I was afraid to make it 30. The goals is to just write. It occurred to me yesterday that I could surely make myself take 30 minutes each day to write. I’m starting with 20. A start is a start.

A co-worker of mine died last week from something unexpected and rare. He was 33. I’ve known him only the two years or so that I’ve worked where I work. We weren’t friends, but we talked from time to time.We communicated in the project management software environment.

I didn’t know him well, but I knew he was one of the good people in the world. I’ve been thinking about him a lot. I dreamed one night that I was weeping for him.

I believe that he may have planned to end things this way while he was on the other side, between earthly incarnations. Now that I believe in reincarnation and pre-birth planning, I see death in a new light. I want everyone to read/listen to the books I’ve listened to on this topic. In fact, I’ll give you a list right now.

I managed to use most of the writing time making that list. That’s okay. It needed to be done.

This wasn’t much of a writing exercise. Don’t worry, I have more to say. I always have something to say.

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3 thoughts on “Writing on a Timer

  1. Guess I should also start doing this… i also want to write but then how when and where is the question.. I tend to become lazy when I have time and when I am busy I crave to write..what a self created dilemma

      1. Well I get up early, hahahaha, but run around with preparing for kids to be sent to school. And then my routine chores, then office and when I get time I am lost and zapped as to what to do… hahahaha

        But ya it’s all with me on how I manage myself..

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