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I fancy myself a writer. I do. And I say it openly and without apology to anyone who'll listen. And then, I read something like this, and know that whatever I am, it's truly good to know that there are [Read More]

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Paris Parfait

Very wise words! Inspiration is definitely a catalyst for hard work!

Becca

How true! Inspiration is only the beginning~it's what you do with it that counts. Great post!

Nicole

love the analogy. your words make me want to head to the ocean and catch a wave... but, i won't be surprised if the water is calm that day.

Rebekah

enjoyed reading your post! take care:)

Bohemian mom

Awesome post!
I've never been to the ocean and now I feel (almost) as if I have.
Inspiring....indeed!

Mardougrrl

"Inspiration doesn't make creating any easier." You know, I honestly never thought of it that way, and you are SO right. This post is, well, very inspirational. :)

gautami

I agree so much with the words...Inspiration is a catalyst...

waspgoddess

This is just glorious. Reading these words made me feel so... so, I don't know how to explain it, but there was something almost profound there. Wonderful.

jason evans

Beautiful post. I agree we should ride that wave as far as it will take us.

BTW, "Tea in the Sahara" is a great song!

Tori

I love your quote, "Make friends with steady, consistent work in the meantime".
I am going to hang this above my keyboard.
Thank you.
I love how you personify inspiration!

john

I have read above matter is providing very good message.

I think this type Inspiration very polite: "Catch its crest as you rise to standing. Ride it as long as you can, and as you approach the beach, get ready to drop your board as you arrive on land. Grab a pen and paper. But if inspiration is too predisposed or popular to pay you a call, move ahead."

I have similar site............
www.liveforthepossibilities.com

KG

Everyone —

Thanks so much for visiting, reading and sharing what you got out of this!

ALL of YOU are INSPIRING to me.

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  • My name is Kristin Gorski. I'm a doctoral candidate in instructional technology and media. My research focuses on technology and literacies, writing in digital spaces, and how media literacy may support academic literacy (among other incredibly interesting topics). On occasion, I’m also a freelance writer and editor. “Write now is good.” is my personal blog about writing, creativity and inspiration (with healthy doses of technology in relevant places). I started it in blogging's heyday (2006) and still post to it, time permitting. If you'd like to collaborate on a project, have writing/technology/creativity info to share, or want to say, "Hi," contact me at kgwritenow (at) yahoo dot com. To read more about me, click on the "ABOUT" link below.

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