Be Who You Are

Your words may
not be the most
eloquent,
emotional,
humorous,
thought-provoking,
informative,
or
inspirational
but that does not mean
you should give up writing
The fact that you’re
making an attempt
to share yourself
despite being judged
makes you a devoted
artist to your craft
with the heart and spirit
of a true writer
So lift someone up
with your words
and
make it stand the test of time

6 thoughts on “Be Who You Are

  1. Such a lovely reminder that we don’t have to be “the best” to make a difference Mark! It’s so easy sometimes to suffer “imposter syndrome” and wonder what we’re even doing…. It’s good to be reminded that we have the opportunity to speak hope and encouragement into others’ lives by sharing our words regardless of how we express ourselves.

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