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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Bridge (07/31/08)

TITLE: Gaps and Missing Links
By Clarissa Barge
08/06/08


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Gaps and Missing Links
We are all on a journey in life that often times brings us to various cross roads where we will need a “Bridge” to get to the other side. The other side is where a better life, better success and a more better you – exists. Life will throw some gruesome punches, and it’s not all pretty, not all fare. Let’s call these punches “Gaps” and “Missing links” that occur as we make our plans, hoping for a better future.
Our plans of short and long term goals, educational goals, business goals and personal endeavors suffer greatly when “Gaps” and “Missing Links” are present. They stagnate, hinder, and can even stop the process of success if they are not dealt with. Identifying these “Gaps” and “Missing links” can be and agonizing process, and the resolve time consuming, to say the least.
Eventually efforts made will bring forth a positive recovery, even a more fruitful advancement toward eliminating their strong hold in areas of concern. One way to identify these obstacles is by obtaining education and information, communication, goal setting, and taking steps necessary to eliminate their presents in any given situation.
Getting across the “Bridge” to the other side of (whatever)circumstance is indeed possible simply by following through in good faith efforts,will lead to the best life has to offer, and will become a newly built “Bridge" over troubled water, we so earnestly desire.


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Verna Cole Mitchell 08/07/08
Your entry speaks the truth about gaps and missing links and gives good suggestions for "bridging" them.
Your writing would be easier to follow with a space between the paragraphs.
Lucile McKenzie08/13/08
This is a thought-provoking article with some good insights about "bridging" difficult situations. A few suggestions: as one other commentator said, space between paragraphs. Also, read through your manuscript, as there were a few misspellings--"crossroads" is one word, should be "fair" not fare, and "presence" not presents. These are things the spell-check won't pick up on. Overalll, however, this is a good article, with an interesting take on the prompt.
Clarissa Barge04/11/09
ATTENTION: So sorry for the errors; I know better! Thanks.