Count me in as one of Ann Handley’s newsletter subscribers.
This week’s Total Annarchy newsletter (#129) includes an observation that, in a different way, reminds me of why I am going to miss reading (now-retired) Justice Bridget McCormack’s writings from the Michigan Supreme Court:
Instead, this story is about the staying power of something more lasting than typewriters or gears or any machine.
Instead, this story is about the invincible, indestructible power of words themselves. And the need for writers who care.
We make all the difference.
In a stream-of-thought way, that in turn reminds me of The Lorax.
Our words—and each of our word choices—matter. They can help or hurt. [And so can our silence.]
Thank you, Ann, for the reminder and our individual responsibility.