How To Drive a Writer Crazy

9903ec74b4bfcd4abcc9d2f921741f38.jpegMy Featured Blogger this week is Ann Aschauer of Seeking Divine Perspective. With her writing, songwriting, and theatre background, I relate to Ann on many levels. But most of all I relate to her heart–one that can never get enough of God, or of making him known to others.

Ann’s current post speaks of the hunger every writer has to be truly heard. Insecure? Sure, we’re human beings. But driven, too, because we tell tales that need telling, and therefore need to be heard.


Seeking Divine Perspective

Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also                                     to the interests of others.                                                                                                                                                                                   Philippians 2:4

Recently Marty and I finally saw “Yesterday,” the movie about a singer/songwriter who is one of the only three people left on the…

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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5 Responses to How To Drive a Writer Crazy

  1. Redzhis says:

    Hi Mitch,

    It’s quite beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

    Regards, Ryan


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  2. Thank you for finding and sharing this. It was a powerful read and the lyrics of the song literally brought tears to my eyes before I even began reading the breadth of what was being said. I felt such a powerful display of God’s Love and it was amazing to witness. Thank you for sharing such a gem with others so they too might experience the wonder and magic of God’s love.

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  3. smzang says:

    You have shared many grand stories and poems on your “Wednesday Discoveries”
    but none finer than this one. It is an awe inspiring poem.

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  4. What a beautiful poem! I’d love to hear the music to it. As a relatively new writer “out there,” I can really, really understand the writer’s angst at not finding that everyone is just waiting with bated breath to see what we’ve come up with next! Let alone that sense that we’re not making any difference when we want to make a difference so much. Learning to stay balanced is not for the faint of heart. Yet, we create anyway.

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  5. lprslr says:

    Thank you for sharing

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