The second day.

On the next day of blogging, a question formed in my mind. Who does Michael want to be? Who is Michael? Is he a writer? Is he is a blogger? Or…. Is he both.

Time and Energy on this planet, and certainly in my hand are finite.

If the book needs to progress, the blogger has to go slow. If I’m not regular in writing here, will you, dear reader, understand my dilemma? I’m trying my best to form my thoughts to get them organized into a book. There is an overwhelming desire to pen everything in the mind, right here and right now. So, if I do disappear for a few days, be certain that I’d be back and with something to read!

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