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(Reblogged from August 25, 2015)

It’s Tuesday again, and time for the next prompt challenge from the Sandbox. Just a reminder to anyone reading this that you can jump in at any time. Do one. Do two. Do all if you want. These prompts are a way to get your mind and heart working on a not-so-superficial level — which is REALLY hard to do with all the background noise in our lives these days.

Plato once scribbled in his written works that “…to talk every day about virtue and the other things about which you hear me talking and examining myself and others is the greatest good to man, and that the unexamined life is not worth living…” I think that’s very important because it’s the only way the injustices of our world can be changed. (‘Course that’s just my opinion…)

So here we are at exercise 3. Have fun!

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The Sandbox Writing
Challenge — Exercise 3

What is it that keeps you from being still?



Picture Source: Pallimed: Arts and Humanities

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Clare’s combined posts 3/4 (Clare’s Cosmos) — Being Still
Jane’s post (Making it write) — I Shall Be Still
Cheryl’s post (Impromptu Promptlings) — Monkey Mind!
Raili’s post (soulgifts — Telling Tales) — Stillness
Shannon’s post (Survival Skills aka Low expectations) — That’ll Be the Day
Linda’s post (Spiritual Dragonfly) — Hitting the Pause Button…or Not
Kelvin’s post (Kelvin M. Knight’s Blog) — My Eye, My Storm
Fim’s post (Quantum Hermit) — Energy