Listening to the news yesterday I heard the latest statistics from the recent naplan results in Australia.
Overall our writing and comprehension skills of primary aged children are drastically waning.
Whether you think naplan is helpful or not, culturally we do know that screens, keyboards and stylists are replacing pens and paper.
I love watching my children discover new things with technology, but not at the demise of the beauty of ink.
I personally have had to take myself back to paper and to begin to write physically again.
Each time we write with a pen and paper, the connection between our heart and clarity grows.
When was the last time you sought perspective for your current situation by journalling?
When was the last time you had a personal retreat where you explored your current circumstances through writing?
I believe that writing connects your heart with clarity.
I think that space creates perspective for new opportunities to surface in our everyday.
I know that every time I surrender to the pain of silence and reflection I am always so grateful on the other side.
When do you write?
Tell me your stories... #writemakecreate
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