Mental Photography

When we take a photograph, we save that moment in time. Our physical appearance, our setting, our emotions, a photo reminds us of all this.

When I wrote my first piece, Me in 10 Minutes, I wanted to take a mental photograph” of how I thought, what was important to me, and what I identified with at that moment in time. Every year, I’d learn more about myself and grow in many unexpected ways. This was my way of keeping track of it all.

I wrote that piece late August 2019, and I read it again yesterday. I was curious to see what changed and what stayed the same.

Here’s what I observed:

These are just a few observations out of many. I guess I’m due for a rewrite.

January 27, 2020

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