Each Friday I share some of my favorite finds related to praying or writing. If I think it could help you pray or write better, or just “be” better, I’ll include it below.
This week’s highlights: learning to sniff, laugh, walk, stare into space, and network…among other things.
How silence stopped terrifying me, and started healing me via Anna O’Neil (letting silence heal us of our deepest wounds)
His Fresh Mercy via Ray Hollenbach (sniffing out God’s new mercies each day)
The Medicine Of Laughter via Lee Blum (when freedom feels like belly laughter!)
The Poetry of Liturgy via W. David O. Taylor (poetry as a way of accessing the heart of a people)
Writers Who Walk via Jane Davis (read excerpts from writers for whom walking is part of the creative process)
On Networking: Live-Blogging Jane Friedman’s _The Business of Being a Writer_ via Yi Shun Lai (good thoughts on what networking for writers really means)
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