Timid writers like passive verbs for the same reason that timid lovers like passive partners. The passive voice is safe. The timid fellow writes “The meeting will be held at seven o’clock” because that somehow says to him, ‘Put it this way and people will believe you really know.’
Purge this quisling thought! Don’t be a muggle! Throw back your shoulders, stick out your chin, and put that meeting in charge! Write ‘The meeting’s at seven.’ There, by God! Don’t you feel better?
Collision 2020 in Toronto ON June 22 to June 25 A new Collision is rapidly approaching, and the events of Collisions’ past seem to pale in comparison to what Collision 2020 in Toronto will offer. In preparation, my recollections went to the incredible people that I’ve enjoyed journaling in past Collision summits. The crowd influencer […]
“Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers and sisters in spirit dwell in unity!” I met new friends today who reminded me of the joy of just giving. We all came together to celebrate and help our hero Matt Burgess and his Freedom Fido teams. And with joyful purpose, an army of helping […]
For Release on October 3, 2019 Freedom Fido’s Warrior Outreach Event A Proclamation Service Dogs for Veterans Awareness Week In Columbus GA— on October 8, 2019 — Announcing an event to debut the first disabled veterans’ bill of its kind, from the desk of the Governor of The State of Georgia, Governor Brian Kemp. Exciting […]
Freedom Fidos Sometimes we need reminding of the gifts from our four-legged friends as in honor, love, loyalty, friendship, and intelligence. They bring so much into our lives. And in those precious moments when we become mindful of our most true source for unconditional love. We use those times to offer thanks. I got a rare […]