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Dear reader,

“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” I would imagine when Sylvia Plath said the aforementioned, she was imploring for writers to relinquish all fear and surrender to bravery and creativity. For any one writer I would imagine that this forms part of the goal, for “you cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore” as Philip Stanhope once put it.
This November, the writers exude these fine qualities for the Writer’s Journal edition. Inspired by journal writing, they delve into “new oceans” such as Tommy Dennis who both wrote about his recent & unique visit to the city of Varanasi, India (‘The River From Which Life Spilled Out’) , as well as shared photographs of his trip in the Inspired2Capture category and Amanda Masiso, who braves her way to sharing her testimony on the rock-bottom experience that had her see God in a whole new light (‘Journey To Myself’).
The incomparable David Tlale sat down with me for a surprising Exclusive Interview: revealing a side of him relatively few people know and many will be inspired by!

Read this edition here: http://bit.ly/TJEE2Q.

Photo by: Tommy Dennis from his trip to India.

Photo by: Tommy Dennis from his trip to India.

Next month, we celebrate Thanksgiving & we would love you to be part of it. Simply email us your Gratitude note for 2012 to: kabelokhanye@gmail.com before 7 December 2012 and it will be loaded onto the site! The note can be as long or as short and light or as heavy as you would prefer it to be … Remember, there’s always a blessing (even if not obviously so) to be grateful for. Photographic attachments are welcome too.

With Love,
Kabelo Khanye.