Each Day A New Beginning

A famous psychiatrist who treats depression was advising a friend who had terminal cancer and was experiencing mood problems. “I’m having him spend 30 minutes every day, at the beginning of the day, to think about how important this day is — that it may be the most important day of his life, or one of the richest.”

What does this mean to you? Isn’t that a very positive way of looking at his day as something very important, that there might be something wonderful, astounding, awe-inspiring happen on this special day? What if you set aside 30 minutes, too, to do as the psychiatrist suggested, what do you think you would think or meditate about?

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The Moment When…

For this writing prompt you might want to use a favorite photo that may have been taken at The Moment When…

Write about The Moment When…

If you need help, here are a few examples: The Moment When all went bad…
The Moment When I fell in love…
The Moment When I made a vow to myself…

What happened to you The Moment When…

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IMAGINATION STRETCHER: Bound for Freedom

Two young people, fearful of the killings in their small town in Latin America, late at night hopped upon a freight train bound for a new land. This is the adventure they had in their search for freedom and safety.

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What’s the Secret?

The boy wants to write a letter to his parents telling them something very important, something they do not know about him. What does the letter say?

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What Do You Wonder About?

When we relax and let our minds wander, we also often begin wondering about things — some funny, some serious and pressing. Here is space for you to let you mind wander and write about what you are wondering.
You can begin with the words: I wonder…

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IMAGINATION STRETCHER: The Bully

The girl followed the bully home from school one day. She was trying to understand why this person, a fellow human being, was so mean and bad. This is what she learned:

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