Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.
Writers must find the breathings of their heart no matter what their situation, circumstances or environment.
Bloom where you are planted.
I have found some of my best writing occurred when the circumstances were undesirable. It drew something deep within me that found its way on paper. Who hasn't stopped to notice a flower sprouting from a crack in a city sidewalk? Just like that flower, your writing can have a profound affect when you're going through something. Use those emotions to stir something deep within you.
Do you have a story to tell of how you bloomed where you were planted?
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Kathleen Moulton is a freelance writer. You can find her passion to bring encouragement and hope to people of all ages at When It Hurts - http://kathleenmoulton.com/