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"When One Woman Doesn't Speak, Other Women Get Hurt." Terry Tempest Williams: Let Words Flow: Inspiration

Posted on the 09 December 2013 by Juliejordanscott @juliejordanscot

Forttw quote finishedLet words flow, let words flow, let words flow!

This is a practical way to stay unstuck with your blogging, writing and creativity as well as "out of the box" thinking.

 Each weekday, a quote, an image, several questions and a writing prompt are offered to you to use for  Your Blogging, Writing & Creative Inspiration in order to increase your creative thinking as well as your personal and soulful  development.


"When one woman doesn't speak, other women get hurt."

Terry Tempest Williams

To create a neutral gender phrasing, simply insert "person" and "people"


Have you had a time when you wish you spoke but didn't and someone got hurt? Share the story.

Have you been hurt when someone didn't speak up for you when you couldn't? Tell the story.

What are some things you can do in your life now to build community between yourself and other people?


Make a list of 1 to 10 things you would like to be forgiven for by someone else.

Make a list of 1 to 10 things for which you would like to forgive other people.

Bonus: Take action. Write a note of forgiveness to one of the people you want to forgive. Write a note of apology and request permission from those you have hurt.

Traditional Writing Prompts:

I remember when I spoke up and....

I remember when I didn't speak up and....

 # #  # #

 There are no rights and wrongs as to following the prompts here. There is only showing up for your life and your creativity and using what inspires you to fulfill your dreams, passion and purpose.


Brava for being here!!


 This Blog Series was created to increase your creative thinking process as well as inspire writing and ideas to take form that may not have taken form without these specific quotes, questions and prompts. If you find them helpful, I hope you will pass them along to friends as well.


 I’m so glad you are here, reading and creating.



 Studio meJulie Jordan Scott is a writer, performance poet, Mommy and mixed-media artist. Her word-love themed art will be for sale at First Friday each month in Downtown Bakersfield. Check out the links below to follow her on a bunch of different social media channels, especially if you find the idea of a Word-Love Party bus particularly enticing.


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