Word Ghosts ponder “why?”

 

“One writes not to be read, but to breathe… one writes to think, to pray, to analyze. One writes to clear one’s mind, to dissipate one’s fears, to face answers, doubts, to look at one’s mistakes… in order to retrieve them. One writes to capture and crystallize one’s joy, but also to disperse one’s gloom. Like prayer – you got to it in sorrow more than joy, for help, a road back to grace.”

                         Anne Morrow Lindbergh (War within and without diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh 1939-1944)

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