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June 17, 2011



I don't have to tell you that I'm right there with ya.

Especially when it comes to cleaning up all that spit up.


What Heather said :)


Sometimes it moves beyond discipline. I can't imagine not writing. Over a lifetime, it becoems a kind of breathing.

Tina F

Sometimes I have to grab it in little blocks of time. The kitchen table with the Internet OFF is the best.


@Glynn - in a lot of monastic writing, especially in the Eastern tradition, prayer becomes like breathing. This is especially true of the Jesus Prayer. The Way of the Pilgrim is an interesting read on that subject.

@Tina I write at the dining room table or at the kitchen counter standing. But it's hard to turn that Internet off!

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