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Weekly Writing Prompt — May 10, 2012 Edition

Sorry we missed yesterday. You missed this, right?

Yesterday was one of those days you’re not really sure where you are, what you’re doing, or why you’re doing it. And I kept thinking it was Tuesday.
So here’s the check in:
1. Morning pages? Doing them? Yes? No? If so, how often?
2.  Artist date? What did you do? What did you discover?
3.  Synchronicity? Did you have it? What happened?
4.  Spiritual Reading? Doing it? What did you discover?
Exercises as we push through chapter 3 in the Artist’s Date. If you’re actually doing these you will see progress.
A.  List five people you admire. Now, list five people you secretly admire. What traits do these people have tht you can cultivate further in yourself?
B.  List five people you wish you had met who are dead. Now, list five people who are dead whom you’d like to hang out with for a while in eternity. What traits do you find in these people that you can look for in your friends?
C.  Compare the two sets of lists. Take a look at what you really like and really admire — and a look at what you think you should like and admire. Your shoulds might tell you to admire Edison while your heart belongs to Houdini. Go with the Houdini side of you for awhile.
And now your moment of Writing Zen:
“Eliminate something superfluous from your life. Break a habit. Do something that makes you feel insecure.” ~ Piero Ferrucci

What did you Write today?

Casondra Brewster
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