A Writer Is Much Better Without Entitlements

The end is not always a bad thing, sometimes it means better times ahead

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It left without complaint or fanfare. One moment, it was there, an everyday fixture in life, then it was gone. No matter how boorish I felt it was, it always had something to say, so it felt good with the realization it was no longer there.

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Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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Jason Weiland

Jason Weiland

Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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