The other night, a gentleman in my writer’s group told me that he was there because he hadn’t written in seven years.

A friend of mine was told the other day that she must spend even the smallest time to keep her passion alive every day.

Do you keep your passion alive every day?

Are you doing what you really want to do? And if not, why?

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