Dabbling with the divine

“…What I would say about writing stories is that while there are many, many important jobs out there in the world, I believe that writing stories is just about the most important job there is.  So if a story comes to you, I say, write it.  It's a gift that you have been given not to keep but to share.  And if you don't share it, it will disappear and find another storyteller to pester instead.  Because stories are living beings, their souls are eternal and all they want is to transcend time, space and imagination.  They want to move people and shape other souls and we must always say yes to that, even if that's a difficult task.  To write a story is to engage with mystery and dabble with the divine.”  Regina Tingle, July, 2017

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