5. Rhyming Feels Old and Stale
Old is not always bad. It can often provide us with much-needed stability.
But there's the kind of old that's just stale.
Rhyming and alliterating used to feel authoritative and prepared. Now it feels phony and stale.
It may come back again some day. If so, I'll do it again.
Whatever gets the message across.
Real Life Doesn’t Rhyme
Instead of playing linguistic games, here’s an idea. Let’s produce better content.
Then let’s put it in a format that matches the way people really listen, talk and live. I'll write more about some format ideas, soon.
But for now, whatever format you use, speak genuinely. From God's Word and your heart. To people's real lives.
Real life doesn’t rhyme.
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