“The road to hell is paved
Beware of advice—even this.”
Despite the daunting increase in my workload, I decided to do one last A TO Z challenge.
Because of that increased workload,
I could not visit my other friends doing it, and so my visitors were very few.
To receive visits,
you must visit yourself.
The blank page is a cruel adversary ...
especially when no one
is urging you to fill it.
I finished because it was a goal I set for myself, and I kept on to amuse myself with what I was writing.
Then, something occurred to me:
When you write something, you never know who it is going to affect,
or how it could help someone who’s struggling and feeling alone,
or how in a low moment in their life, desperately searching on Google for answers,
they will come upon your words when they need them most.
And despite what our culture
would have us believe:
that metrics and stats
matter above all else,
that the number of clicks
tells the whole story.
Somehow, in some cosmic calculation,
impacting one human being has got to be worth more than all the Unique Page Views and Shares and Likes in the world.
WHAT KEPT YOU GOING
THIS A TO Z?
WHAT KEEPS YOU GOING
WITH YOUR WRITING?