What If

In my fiction writing, the question “What if?” is a great way to get stories going. What if an abused woman discovers she can leave her body? What if a young boy makes friends with the monsters in the basement? It serves a creative purpose, and it’s a fun question. But in my real life, […]

via What If — Beautiful Detour

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2 thoughts on “What If

  1. When l read this weeks ago, l thought l commented. I’ve been thinking about the concert scene from time to time. It’s a perfect example of how we never know what another person is experiencing, struggling with, challenged by, etc. It’s s perfect reminder to always be compassionate.

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