It blows my mind, but back in 1939, an author did publish a 50,000 word book, "Gadsby", without using an "e". Crazy, I know. What an amazing thing to accomplish. This Wright guy had such focus and insight; his singularity of thought did allow him to attain his goal.
How was a story told this way without making it sound ludicrous? Focus. Options. Avoiding what's common. Trying variations on typical words. Not allowing limits to hold him back.
What's holding us back from grasping our goals for 2008? Is it a possibility to modify what I normally do in my daily habits to attain a startling and drastic payoff? I plan to find out! And I pray you do too.
(In this blog, I only had a singular showing of a particular non-consonant, and only in quotations! Try it out if you wish to talk back in my blog!)