Bloggings of @CathleenElise

All of Cathleen's Writings in One Place

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“THERE IS AN ART OF READING, AS WELL AS AN ART OF THINKING,

 AND AN ART OF WRITING.” – ISSAC DISRELI

Words have always been dear to me. Finding just the right word to express each part of my thoughts, to be certain that my message is clearly understood in its entirety is a lifelong quest. It wasn’t until I was spending a day off at the beach one late-winter day many years ago that I understood the connection between writing and painting, that every time you write, you are painting a picture. How clearly you paint the picture, your message, depends on the quality of the tools you choose and the skill with which you apply them to the canvas.


Each of us has a core message that resonates throughout our communication whether we are conscious of it or not. What we say, how, when, and why we say it all have a tremendous effect on how well we communicate our message. The bloggings found herein are designed to open your eyes, expand your knowledge base, and add to your skill-set in the art of reading, thinking, and writing. Each enhances the other, as is true of human connections. This interconnectedness, when nurtured and encouraged, makes each one greater, a better version of its true self.

@CathleenElise

All of Cathleen's Writings in One Place 

Impressions

Re-posted 22 February, 2019

“Impression: 2 :the effect produced by impressing: as a: a stamp, form, or figure resulting from physical Contact.

– Merriam-Webster Dictionary –

The Rossiter Report

June 30, 2014 - Re-published February 14, 2018

"One's action ought to come out of an achieved stillness; not to be a mere rushing on." - D. H. Lawrence



@CathleenElise

Putting the Pieces Together

December 17, 2018

"And he puzzled and puzzed 'till his puzzler was sore. Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before." 

- Dr. Suess,  How the Grinch Stole Christmas -    

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