Recently I heard this piece of advice and it’s been stuck in my brain ever since.
Sorry, I don’t know who said it or in what context, but I took it as a sign from the Universe as being a huge message for writers.
It’s more important
to focus on
not the donut hole.
Now, without judgement, I want you to read this and then let it ruminate in your writer brain.
Tell me what it means to you.
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It means I spend way too much time focusing on what is missing than what I actually have. It reminds me of a quote about the tiger being held in the cage not by the bars, but by what is between the bars. “It has been said that it’s the space between the bars that holds the tiger. And it’s the silence between the notes that makes the music.”- Wayne Dwyer
You get it! Yes. And thank you for sharing Wayne Dwyer with me….❤️ One of my all time faves!! Thanks so much for sharing.
Me too!! He was just brilliant. I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts. 💕💕💕
Thanks so much.
Don’t ya love it? ❤️
Agree, the donut is so good if we take the time to focus on it 🙂
Yup. We gotta ignore what isn’t there… those dang holes are so distracting. 😉 Thanks for stopping by.