Category Archives: Writing

Writing is good medicine.

The Time posts an interesting article about the therapeutic benefits of writing. On a personal note,  I have found writing to be extremely helpful and therapeutic. Talking about difficult experiences can be a way of easing the emotional pain of … Continue reading

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Neat is cool!

Generally speaking, my handwriting is untidy and often becomes nearly undecipherable. It becomes particularly so within a lecture environment when there is a race to get all the required points down. I have noticed that my handwriting becomes neater when … Continue reading

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Social media is a conversation.

Brother Dave gives some good points about the nature of blogging and how to blog when you don’t feel inspired. He generously linked to my own blog as an example.   7:45 AM Steve Scott is suffering from Blogger’s Cramp … Continue reading

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Dave asks…

In a previous post I mentioned that I am in the process of writing a book. Dave Black asks And what might that book be about, Craig? Inquiring minds want to know …. I have a couple of books on … Continue reading

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The one who sleeps…

A friend of mine, Ronnie Velasco wrote this poem. As I face the fiercest storm In the open sea And the waves begin to tower, Fear has spread within me Fixated upon its power, The raging storm and sea My … Continue reading

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Wisdom in writing for those you disagree with.

Ken Keathley wrote an interesting article on the Between the Lines blog about how to write about those you disagree with. The point that grabs my attention the most is before debating a point of what someone has said, ensure … Continue reading

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