Emancipation came the day I learned my alphabet. This singular act ensured that never would I be enslaved by unexpressed thoughts, suppressed emotions, or public opinion.
Education informs life.
“A – B – C – D …”
Every good thing has a beginning.
“E – F – G …”
“Learning one’s alphabet is a watershed moment: It is the entry to fulfilling one’s purpose. These alphabet letters form words; the words convey thought; and, if written, the thoughts live on long after the writer dies.”
– From Drink Tea Devotionals
“H – I – J – K …”
It starts very small.
A tiny leaf.
“L – M – N – O – P …”
It begins so small and obscure that it’s overlooked by the casual observer.
Often it escapes the notice of passersby intent on finding the largest, the loudest and the common.
“Q – R – S …”
Complaints are usually bitter and therefore unnecessary.
Instead, the tender leaf continues to strengthen, to grow, and to gather.
“T – U – V …”
The growth is hard, steady and consistent.
The letters blend together. Words gather almost quicker than the mind, hand or mouth can capture them. There is now a well of words streaming and flowing without end in the foreseeable future.
“W – X …”
“Y – Z.”
This is the chosen compound solution: Share.
S – H – A – R – E.