"It is a good thing for an educated man to read books of quotations." - Winston Churchill
One blog is most frequent is this one. It is filled with various copy-writing tips for better online success. (In fact I'm sure his tag line is something along those lines.)
An earlier post this month contained tips to overcome writers block, and it inspired an idea for me. Though I am not currently experiencing block (knock on wood), I like the inspiration that could come of this idea.
James Chartrand writes: "The trick is in finding a new way to tell an old story — and when it comes to finding new ways to say the same things, I find it’s best to defer to the experts."
It is a technique which sparks information from quotes. So that is what I'll be doing here at Ragamuffin Ramblings for the month of February.
3 times a week, there will be a post based on an inspirational quote I come across.
HERE'S WHERE YOU COME IN: What one-word topics would you like to reflect on?
Many of you have suggested you would rather read and engage with my reflections regarding faith and ministry. So within those two categories, what are one-word topics you might want to read here? (grace, leadership, hope, challenge, criticism, coffee, Bible, etc.)