Inspiration for Writers

As writers, we may feel that our most productive time is spent getting the words down. But where do we find those words to begin with? And when we are burned out and our well is dry, where can we go for inspiration? Are you a writer first? A mom? A dad? Are you a…… Continue reading Inspiration for Writers

Literature: An antidote to isolation and tragedy

Years before Susan Vreeland wrote the best selling novel Girl In Hyacinth Blue, she attended a gathering where she observed the great love of a family, the Hollys, in which both parents were blind. Below, Vreeland recounts the result of her conversation with their daughter Faith about the obstacles her parents faced in marrying and…… Continue reading Literature: An antidote to isolation and tragedy

Of intricate design and infinite worth

He didn’t have to do this. I have that thought often. When I see the variety of faces in a crowd, trees in a park, birds in the air or flowers in a meadow. When I hear the choir of a hundred different voices, the roar of a waterfall or the tone of the wind…… Continue reading Of intricate design and infinite worth