Reading for Enjoyment, Writing for Legacy

And so far, I just love his writing and the little nuggets of wisdom that I take away from each read. And last night or the night before, he touched on the idea that, of course, through these characters, he touched on the idea that the written word, whether it's written down or typed or what have you, it is an extension of someone's soul, and it's an extension of someone else's creativity, especially the written word

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Rocío (Ro) Christensen
@rocio · 0:36
That's so beautiful. And I actually have not thought about writing like that, but it's a really beautiful way to see it. Like a proof, like, proof of life, proof that you made time outside of whatever the quote unquote normal days to kind of feed your creativity and nurture it and try to do something out of the ordinary. I really love that. I love that point of view. So, yeah, thank you so much for this. I really like listening to this
Bruno Pavlicek, PhD
@MotivateMeU · 2:07

@stillnessgems

The one thing I regret, and I wish my life would just slow down, because I do enjoy reading, and my wife always says, why don't you read fiction? You know, I like to read history and nonfiction, but I would love to. And I have read fiction before. It's just making the time, you know, between everything that's going on in life. I wish I had more time to read. But anyway, I enjoyed your swell