Five Minute Friday: Nothing

(I participate with a group of writers in a weekly “Five Minute Friday” writing exercise. In response to a word prompt, each writer sits down for five minutes for “no extreme editing; no worrying about perfect grammar, font, or punctuation. Unscripted. Unedited. Real.” This is also described as a sort of writing flash mob and a great form of “free therapy” )

Five Minute Friday: Nothing

Go.

Nothing is a lot.

Don’t believe me?

Consider this…

Nothing is worth lying for.

Nothing is what’s wrong.

Nothing is more important than your soul.

Nothing is more important than family.

Nothing is more important than remaining true to your sense of ethics and morality.

Nothing is more important than spending time in reflection and prayer.

Nothing is more important than serving others.

Nothing is more important than forgiveness.

Nothing is more important than honesty.

Nothing is what I know.

Nothing is ever enough.

Nothing is what you take with you when you die.

So, yeah.

Nothing is a lot.

And that’s something.

Stop

Empty beat up old lunch box. Contains nothing.

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