Hate Your Life? K.I.L.L. Yourself
Ryan Hussey
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To write is an extraordinary verb, action. As a journal keeper (every single day since 1972 which speaks more to anal retentiveness than anything else), I prefer to see this acronym building itself with different words:

Keep

Interpreting

Lonely

Life

This kind of K.I.L.L. breathes new life into the way to wrap your mind about the fact that each one of us is alone until we figure out how to live with ourselves. The best way to live with yourself is to write for yourself…you then communicate as an all-in-one and the words that flow from you reveal new perceptions, creativity, satisfaction, distance, love and a type of freedom.

Thank you very much for taking the time to write this blog post and allowing me to push on it!

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