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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    In a world where the power of the written word can sparkle revolutions, shatter stereotypes, and reshape perspectives, SheWrites.com stands as a beacon of empowerment f...
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  • ...which is probably why I find my interest in this subject piqued. Writing about this stuff is a new experience for me though and I find myself holding back a lot. I've also read pl...
  • Started by Teresa K. Thorne
    ...u’re going to Willis Tower? I work near there.” She kindly explains which way to walk from our next stop. We are so late now, we must take a cab. Holding our breath against the olfact...
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  • Janelle Stear posted a status
    ...der than me with graying, thinning hair, came up behind me. My heart fluttered as I put a lid on my half-full container. “Sorry,” I told him, holding up my container, “There is no...
  • ...s, but also with-in our larger communities. “ Many people are suffering. My son is suffering and I don’t know how to relieve it. I am suffering holding all of my memories inside of...
  • Donna Bryson posted a status
    ...I freeze. I watch. "Sera has often held forth on the thirty-nine different deadly carcinogens contained in cheap hot dogs such as the one she is holding now. The nitrates are implica...

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  • Bella Mahaya Carter commented on her article Is Writing Fun?
    Amen to holding things lightly! That is often my biggest challenge. I forget. But, thank goodness, I remember!
  • This entire piece resonated with me, but especially this passage from your article: "The feeling of holding the book in my hands and being able to touch and turn each page seems to...
  • ...n go back to it with fresh eyes. Eventually, you will have, as you say, put the pain "someplace else." I wish for you the satisfaction of one day holding the book in your hand, and of...