Your heart is deep and your words are sincere. You want nothing more than for your words to bring hope and encouragement to others. Sometimes you wonder if your words really make a difference in the lives of those around you and in the world. Here's the truth—they do matter. Every card, letter, email, and text that you send, is filled with a life-giving power to fill hearts with hope and strength and breath. The world needs your words—wherever and however you are writing them.
There are wells upon wells of compassion inside of you. A swelling whirlwind—not of rage, but of care and concern for others. You want nothing more than to shine light into the darkest corners of the world. There might even be a cause or a mission that you hold near and dear to your heart. Use your words to fight off injustice. Every blog you post on, every graphic you create or calligraph, every email you send is a chance to do just that. The world needs your words—wherever and however you are writing them.
You are never short on memories, stories, or ideas—you create them as you go along. Your mind is full of otherworldly possibility. Potions and poisons, universes and galaxies, morals and myths. It's time to stop apologizing for the doodles in your journal, the made up worlds, the songs and scripts that come to your mind. Your imagination is a gift that paints plots with power and persuasion. Write the novel, the comic strip, the video game narrative. Infuse truth into your stories and watch the world light up with hope. The world needs your words—wherever and however you are writing them.
There is a message stirring deep within your soul, and you've finally come to believe that it's true—that there really is something inside of you worth sharing and passing along. Your heart swells with joy at the thought of leaving life lessons behind in letters to your children. Or cards to your friends. Texts that speak life. The occasional email that whispers truth. Don't minimize your desires—and don't minimize your impact. The world needs your words—wherever and however you are writing them.