Free-form Writing Prompt #6

This is the sixth post in a Free-form Writing Frenzy Productivity Experiment. After today there is only one more to go.

The directions are a little different today. Watch for this line:

Reach for a response. Is this true, false, naive, blasphemy? And how can using or avoiding this concept improve your life?

Each afternoon for a week I’ll post a writing prompt and some simple instructions. The next morning I’ll post a quote that has something to do with the prompt, so you can take a peek at differences or similarities in how someone else relates to the same thing. Some relationships will be predictable or subtle, some off the wall.

Make a mental note now, and again after writing. Ask yourself:

  • Am I productive?
  • Am I encouraged?
  • Am I creative?
  • Am I curious?

The Sixth Prompt

Directions:

  1. Be ready to write, word processor open, or pad and pencil in hand. Set a timer for five minutes.
  2. Clear your mind.
  3. Click “Reveal Writing Prompt” below, and look at the prompt for the space of one deep, quiet breath.
  4. As you start the second breath, clear your mind of expectations.
  5. Reach for a response. Is this true, false, naive, blasphemy? And how can using or avoiding this concept improve your life?
  6. Write, full on, whatever comes to you, for five minutes. Do not stop to correct anything – just go.
  7. When the time is up, you have to stop.
  8. Get up and wiggle. Yes, that’s what I said. Move. Laugh. Growl. Pat self on back.

You’re welcome to leave comments about the experience and anything that comes of it, including links, but please don’t paste in your entire prompt-generated exercise. What you’ve got right now is a personal thing. What happens next is up to you.

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