We do not know how we touch each other
Watercolor, watercolor ground, steel pointed pen on paper
4 9/16″ x 5 7/16″
I was in a workshop the other day, where I read aloud something I jotted off in a free-writing exercise. Later in the workshop someone told me that a part what I had written had an enormous impact on her. Something that had been mundane and personal to me–that I’d hesitated even to share, because it seemed so insignificant–struck her in a way that I could see was going to transform her life.
Small things you do may touch someone else in a big way. You never know. Just know that what you do matters. YOU matter.
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