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In the pause: A rEVOLution is rooted in love

You can’t have a rEVOLution without love. It’s tucked in there. Hidden. Spelled backward. Split between two syllables. But it’s not to be doubted. A great change requires a lot of love, care, and concern. Without those things, revolutions would never happen. We’d just continue on down the road we’re on, without any thought about where we’re going or why. A revolution is a change of heart, mind, and spirit. We accept and embrace the idea that we can no longer do what we’ve done, that we can’t and don’t want to go back to the way things were. Things must change, so we change. That’s what love can do—it can generate the greatest change possible. It can, and does, change us.

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So insanely honored to be part of the #wwatcreativityloop2 created by my inspiring friend and college roommate @writerswritingalonetogether. Fierce, fabulous, and talented, I can't wait to see what we create together. These pics are the package I received in the mail. Then I used this gorgeous poem as inspiration to create a work of my own to send on to the next person on the list. In these trying times, our imaginations and the ability to express ourselves in creative work keeps hope alive.

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