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Thursday, December 08, 2005 

Some Food for Thought for Writers:

I can think of nothing more immortal about us, than the music we will leave behind as artists after we are long gone from this life. As I soaked up some recently read reality prose, if the last person that truly knew us in our relatively small personal circle of friends dies...what is left of us? Who will talk about us? When writing your music, a new approach would be to think about what you would want people 100 years from now to know about you as an artist. It is often said that our music is our soul...so in preserving that soul in generations to come....think about what you intend to pass on to future generations.

Peace, Love and Good Writing!
Annette Warner

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