Writing Prompt 2/14/2017

It’s Valentine’s Day! <3!
St Valentine, for whom this feast day was attributed, was an early martyr of the Catholic Church.
Truly isn’t love a kind of martyrdom? In fact, is it really love if you are not asked to sacrifice the unthinkable? “Oh, this, I will never do, even for love…!” What have you done for love? What are you willing to do? You can even think of it this way, though it will make some of you squirm: “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” (John 15:13)
When you’re buying the roses and the champagne and the candy and the condoms after work tonight, think about what love rally means. Maybe write your Valentines card after you ponder it a bit.

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Writing Prompt 1/9/2017

Write a poem or short short about an epiphany that you have had.

The Dictionary definition pasted in below may be of assistance.

epiphany |əˈpifənēnoun (plural epiphanies(also Epiphanythe manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi (Matthew 2:1–12).
 the festival commemorating the Epiphany on January 6.
• a manifestation of a divine or supernatural being.
• a moment of sudden revelation or insight.
DERIVATIVES epiphanic |ˌepəˈfanikadjectiveORIGIN Middle English: from Greek epiphainein  reveal. The sense relating to the Christian festival is via Old French epiphanie and ecclesiastical Latin epiphania .

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