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Gratitude breaks the spell of Writers Block
#937777 added July 12, 2018 at 11:38am
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Midweek Reflections
‘Idál (Justice), 18 Raḥmat (Mercy) 175 B.E. - Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Gratitude List for 18 Rahmat.

Today I am thankful...
         *BulletV* ...for the French lavender body wash I used in the shower this morning. The aroma was heavenly and reminded me of Grandma Mary's lavender bush.
         *BulletG* ...that, so far, I have one response from "Fantasy Newsletter (July 11, 2018) for my edition of the August fantasy newsletter.
         *BulletR* ...that I have 1106 points in My Survey account.
         *BulletO* ...that my Bank of America checking account is not overdrawn today.
         *BulletP* ...that I have 24,850 points in my YouGov account.

I sent this comment to "Short Stories Newsletter (July 11, 2018): "Writing about childhood memories, especially the traumatic memories, is called writing therapy or poetic therapy. I have practiced this type of therapy for a number of years, and I know it helps me deal with bad memories. I can't say how well it would work with someone else. I can only testify how something works with me."

It's been a good day. I read three of the newsletters, wrote a poem for the 48-hour challenge, reviewed some stories, and read a article on BahaiTeachings.org, I did some surveys, and I wrote a couple of paragraphs for the spiritual newsletter I'm editing for next week. I also wasted some time playing solitaire, and this means I'll have to fight the urge to play solitaire for the rest of the week.

I sent this to "Comedy Newsletter (July 11, 2018): I read a book, until my eyelids are heavy and can't stay open. I turn out the light, thinking I'll get to sleep. As soon as I turn the light out, I'm wide awake. I check the time on my smartphone, open an app to read something, and can't keep my eyes open to read. I go to sleep, wake up--thinking I've slept for three or four hours--and find I've only been asleep for an hour.

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