Oh! Thank you so much Lei… that truly means much.
Tasneem Kagalwalla

To read one’s work is to delve into the nooks and crannies of the writer’s soul. Every word acts as a brush, painting three pictures simultaneously. The first is a portrait of how the writer wants to you perceive them and the second is a picture of how you imagine the writer to be. The third is the most interesting, because it is an image of the writer’s soul. It is an overlap of the first and second paintings. It is the most private, the most personal - the most beautiful.

I am nowhere near as eloquent as the writers on here are, present company included. Also, I am not sure if I am ready to bare my soul for the world to see. Maybe once the broken pieces are mended, I will muster the courage to do so. I have a feeling I will, eventually. And yes, your encouragement is definitely a push in the right direction. :)

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