The Good Patrons of 750 Words

A Note of Inspiration from Member Demetrios Alexandre Liollio

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I have always typed out my thoughts onto some kind of document during times of extreme frustration or stress, but making it a habit to type out my thought no matter what mood I’m in every single day has fundamentally changed my life. I look at the stats of that particular day and get meaningful information that helps this process run even more efficiently every successive time I log on. Most importantly, going through this process is not only a mentally therapeutic way for me to hit the reset button, but it drives how the rest of my day unfolds. Being a visual person by nature, I always look forward to seeing what’s been in my head in the form of words on-screen so I can then get to organizing those thoughts—and did I mention how important continuous writing without stopping has become to me? Not only is it a good exercise in discipline to control my ADD of searching for something while I’m typing, but it is without a doubt a form of dynamic meditation that (paired with just meditating right before) is something I don’t ever want to live without again for the rest of my life. That last part took me a while to figure out, even though I’ve known the whole time that’s how it’s supposed to be done. Now I don’t know it, I feel it when I type my words. Thank you for existing.

Testimonial Note from Demetrios Alexandre Liollio on Fri, Dec 29
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