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Jn 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, says the Lord; I know them, and they follow me.
Ah, the proverbial new chapter.
A blessing? Absolutely.
A curse? Maybe a smidge.
A wonderful opportunity? Every single time, you dig?
Here are some things to keep in mind about starting a new chapter in life...
1. It doesn't mean the book is closed. You're just getting deeper and more invested in the story line.
2. Any good book gets better, more interesting and a whole lot funner with each new, exciting chapter.
3. There are always exceptions. Some chapters are underwhelming. That's okay; that just means the next one will be twice as intriguing as the last.
4. It's okay to reread an old chapter from time to time; you can even pull a quote out of one if you see fit. But you've moved on in the novel...so you're going to have to eventually let go of chapters long since having been read, Capisce?
5. If you find the chapters keep stalling out repeatedly, you may need to rewrite a few yourself.
6. Everybody's got a best seller in there somewhere. You just need to believe it, yo.
7. If your story isn't inspiring you, look to the original Good Book for some pointers.
Happy new chapter reading and writing, y'all!