Changing seasons can be messy in nature and in life. Here’s what I observed and reflected on in September 2015. Little did I know that just five years later, that messiness would take on a whole new meaning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Morning walk, early September As I walk this morning in early September, I notice lots […]
Heartspoken words will never fail you
The latest from Heartspoken’s blog:
Book author: Amor TowlesPublished 2016 In 1922 at age 30, the protagonist, Russian Count Alexander Rostov, finds himself sentenced by a Bolshevik tribunal to house arrest for the crime of being an unrepentant aristocrat. His reputation and popularity allow him to escape execution, but he must move from an elegant suite in a grand hotel […]
An age-old question One of my Heartspoken readers recently sent an important and challenging question: Hi, thanks for God’s work here. My question is how do you differentiate between God’s warning and Satan’s warning? And how do you feel it when it’s God’s warning or how do you feel it when it’s Satan’s threatening? Thank […]
Updated from an earlier post NOTE from Elizabeth: I am always thrilled to find kindred spirits who appreciate the power of a handwritten note to make and strengthen important personal and professional connections. This information is proudly provided with permission by Business Management Daily.com. It is a great reminder that the art of the heartspoken […]
Discover the impact and joy of personal, handwritten notes and letters
It’s the fifth Monday of the month, so my editorial calendar calls for a post on notewriting, my favorite connection tool. I thought I’d just share a few of the questions I’ve gotten recently about notewriting. Is notewriting the correct spelling? The person asking this question thought it should be note writing. Since there is no entry of notewriting […]
You might be surprised to realize you’re not only a writer, but you’re a faithful writer. Do you find inspiration in strange places? Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night with someone on your mind or something you feel compelled to do? Have you ever had an idea bubble up in your […]
Part of the joy of writing personal notes is the enticing array of beautiful handmade papers available from artists and stationers. In my writing, I’ve explored connection from lots of angles, but a recent online acquaintance has helped me connect with the earliest history of paper. I “met” John Gaudet on Google+. I happened to […]
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