A fellow Twitterer, Jake, gave me some advice for when I’m not liking anything I’m writing.
“All you have to do is write one true sentence.” -Ernest Hemingway
Jake’s an editor and communications director, so he probably knows what he’s talking about. Even if he didn’t, I’d still try it because I think it could be fun. I’m going to add a twist, though. I want to see how many one-sentence truths we can pull from this scripture verse because I think there could be a lot:
“It’s not what you swallow that pollutes your life, but what you vomit up.”-Mat 20:10-11
Your circumstances or mistakes don’t define who you are, unless you believe they do.