Tuesday Tidbits #15

 

 

Welcome to the limited series, Tuesday Tidbits. A collection of quotes to provide inspiration, determination, and elevation. I hope you find something that brightens your day!

 


Writing is about connection not content. You can read about someone’s struggles that, by genetics, gender, or grace of good luck, you could never possibly have, and still sense their suffrage. That is connection, not content.


 

 

We should be careful in the titles we choose for ourselves. I agree that if you write, regardless of what you write, you are a ‘writer’. But the term ‘author’ should be reserved for those with published works. It is an earned delineation.


 

 

If writing is a gift, then ask for a gift receipt. Eventually you will want to return something.


 

 

I put great effort and thought into the words I write, but so little into the words I speak. It may well explain the reason I can never get the taste of foot out of my mouth.


 

 

Flowery words, rampant adjectives, and ethereal allusions are the wrapping paper and bow to the words we write. They make it look so pretty. But the reader is hoping that when our words are unwrapped, there is a real gift inside.


 

 

Poems are the flowers dotting the fields of the written word. Like bees we stop to chance the beauty of each, and the feelings they hold stick to us like pollen. Each flower holds enough for every bee to share and their pollen feeds our lives with honey.


 

 

Writing is not about finding different words. It is about making a difference with your words.


 

 

 

Now get out there and write something!

 

 

 

Comments
27 Responses to “Tuesday Tidbits #15”
  1. meenawalia says:

    Loved this.Writing is all about expressing yourself and sharing our deep feelings with complete honesty

  2. Kaylen says:

    Great quotes like always…this is one of my favorite series. Thank you 💗🌸

    • Brad Osborne says:

      Thank you, Kaylen! You are too kind. This started as a limited series and it was actually nearing its natural end, but all the kind comments has made me work harder to continue the series as long as I can.

      • Kaylen says:

        Sad to hear that it’s almost over, it’s so well done..but so is all your other work. You are a marvelous writer.

      • Brad Osborne says:

        No, it was close to being over, but it has been so well received that I am working to have it run for at least a few more months. Thanks you , Kaylen!

  3. Matt P says:

    So inspiring! Started with a slap, ended with a punch. Only you, Brad.

  4. Beautiful write Brad sir, truly felt, connectio n is must… content is everywhere, through internet, what does connect the reader to us, matters. 🌼🌱

  5. kristianw84 says:

    I loved every quote, but that first one really sticks with me. You are so inspiring!!

  6. Great advice my friend! I find such wisdom in these…thank you Brad, sometimes the simplest things are the hardest to grab and understand and use. Take good care

  7. blindzanygirl says:

    These are wonderful Quotes. So inspiring.

  8. Yacoob says:

    Lovely quotes there. The first and last ones are my favourites.

  9. Beautiful Brad. I’ll take this one
    “I put great effort and thought into the words I write, but so little into the words I speak. It may well explain the reason I can never get the taste of foot out of my mouth.”
    xoxoxo
    G

  10. Jim Borden says:

    I sound like a broken record, but this may be your best collection of quotes. And I agree with the foot in mouth syndrome; with writing we usually have a chance to spend some time crafting what we want to say; when we speak, it is often spur of the moment.

    And your last one is perfect – I think that’s what we all want to do with our words, and our life – make a difference…

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