I’ve mentioned several times that I subscribe to Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper and really enjoy it. She
seems to always write about the issues and topics that are on my mind.
Well, a couple of weeks ago, she really nailed it when
she wrote about the importance of figuring out the things that break our hearts, and how that can lead us to our life’s purpose. It sure did resonate with me, because I’ve been thinking about that an awful lot lately. My purpose, that is.
It didn’t take long for me to realize that for me, it’s injustice.
Whether it’s against humans, animals or the environment. Whether it’s physical, emotional, sexual, financial, political or religious. Whether it’s
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Forgive me, I don’t often do this (self promote). But I’ve wanted to do more
editorial writing for years. And as many of you know, it’s easier said than done for all kinds of reasons.
What I’ve discovered is, there’s a separation between church and state — in other words, the editors of most magazines and newspapers don’t care how long you’ve been writing advertising copy, it doesn’t make you a
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