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You know that thing you’ve been meaning to do? You remember — that one project that is such a good idea . . . and yet . . . you just can’t seem to get moving on it?
So what’s the holdup? Why aren’t you moving forward on the projects that matter most to you?
We hope you'll enjoy this interview with Kent Nerburn about his book The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo.
Most writers have probably felt as though they’ve been “blocked” or stuck for words at one time or another, so if this is something you struggle with, you’re not alone. However, I believe that writer’s block can be solved quite easily by trying these simple practices:
New World Library author Matthew Fox created the Cosmic Mass in 1996 as a way to “reinvent worship.” The event falls somewhere between an interfaith worship service and a rave, and in fact its purpose is to bring together elements of both, using ritual and dance to reawaken joy, transform grief, spark creativity, and support compassionate action. Sunday, December 1, 2013, marked the first Cosmic Mass in five years, and I volunteered to help, along with New World Library Assistant Editor Jonathan Wichmann and a team from all over the country.
We hope you'll enjoy this interview with Marcia Naomi Berger, author of Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love.