The Official Writing Challenge
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09/02/06
Wow, what a wonderful decription of our role in God's opus. We sure can't improve on it with our flawed interpretations. Great job.
09/03/06
Great story. Masterful writing. I see this story as not trying to be the Brightest Star or the Biggest Wheel in God's great Plan...but just one important cog in that wheel - and by working together we can make the wheel go 'round and complete God's Plan in perfect harmony. (just my take on this story) Nicely done. Much food for thought.
09/04/06
I love this story. We all have our part to play in the symphony--large or small--but it sounds beautiful only when we play together.
I confess this story had me very confused. The pianist played before an audience and would have spent hours practicing his solo. And the same piece would not have been performed again that night, this time by the orchestra. It falls into the realm of the unbelievable. Sorry.
09/04/06
Believable or not, I think this is quite a creative idea. Why NOT introduce a composer's new work in this way. I think the contrast would be spellbinding. You may be on to something, here, dear writer!
Very well written! This is Master's quality stuff!
09/06/06
We are told to show not tell...you accomplished it exceptionally well. Thank you.
09/07/06
Congratulations! I loved this reminder of our place in God's orchestra.
09/07/06
Wow - can't believe I missed this! Congratulations on your VERY well-deserved win!!
Great job! I missed this somehow. COngratulations on your win!
This is great! Well done, and congrats on the win.
09/10/06
I can certainly see why you won. What a moving and insightful story. How often we want to be center stage in God's orchestra, forgetting that it is a group effort. Thanks for sharing.
Congratulations on your win. Very well thought out and masterfully written. I loved the line "The orchestra isn't complete without you..." Powerful words. Now there is value and worth for us all, no matter the part we "play".