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Writing For 5 Minutes On "Friendship" (Or - A Tribute To John Farnsworth)
On Sunday I found out that one of my friends from Scribbles had died.  This meant that Scribbles was cancelled for obvious reasons.  However, I know that John Farnsworth's favourite exercise was to pick a word and get the group to write on it for 5 minutes.  (The trick is to write whatever comes into your brain without thinking about it.)  I have decided to do this exercise in his memory.

Friendship is a strange concept because you never actually know you are in one before you are in it.  There are good sides and bad sides to friendship - some can turn very nasty indeed but most leave you feeling cared for and wanted.  That just about sums up the feeling I get from the bunch at Scribbles (as well as my other friends).  You can also share in an activity without worrying what the other people think.  Friendship is another way of being kind to someone in need of something - maybe a hug or a kind word. They say Love makes the world go around - but it starts with Friendship.

The above might not actually make one bit of sense to you but I timed myself for 5 minutes and that is what I came up with.  It is a fun thing to do if you have got some time on your hands - and it giveyour brain a workout.

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