I’m not a music person. Well, not any more.
As a younger person, I had music playing within my hearing almost all the time – in my car, my bedroom, my living room stereo. Over the years my preferences changed but the music stayed on.
In recent years, it’s the lyrics more than the music that move me.
In church one Sunday, a particular section of a song stood out to me. It said
When Rod died, my world was turned upside down; I experienced a total upheaval of what normal means. Since that day, I've been figuring out a new normal (all the while hating that I have to ... and why); it has been a very introspective time. It’s kind of like when you’re sick, and the only thing you can focus on is not being sick and what needs to happen to bring that about.
I’ve been hearing this question recently, particularly since I’ve become an active participant in the writer community. It’s usually phrased a little more specifically – what writers inspire you. This is a hard one for me to answer because I’m not really a reader, never have been unless it was required of me by someone else.
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