Why Do We Write?

This article is sad, yet very compelling. I wanted to share it with my readers.


Why do we write? For everyone it’s different. For me, it’s very personal. I started to write because of a tragedy, and not just any kind of tragedy but one that so many of us could imagine because we know the pain would be so acute. It’s the loss of a child.

It’s hard to believe that over five years ago my husband and I sat in a nurse lounge as one our daughter’s doctors told us that “the daughter you know and love is forever gone.” Imagine that for a moment. Forever. Your brain can’t really wrap itself around this. As believers, we know that once we pass from this earth we will be in the presence of God forever, but we still can’t fully grasp that because forever never ends. Yet, here we sat now knowing that our daughter is forever gone. Click here to learn more.



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