30 June 2013

30x30: day 30. prompt 2: the end

Today is the last day of the Our Lost Jungle Thirty-By-Thirty Challenge, a challenge designed to help writers and artists foster the habit of engaging in creativity regularly. Whether you are an artist, musician, writer, or other creative type, this challenge is for you.

Each day in June has featured a prompt to help inspire you. Since I was unable to post a prompt yesterday, today we’ve had two prompt … This is prompt number two! Take on the prompt, or follow your own creative path! Please feel free to share your work here, post links to your work on your own blog or website, or just follow along (and share your progress)!

the end

We’ve come to the end of this challenge … but not the end of our creativity or creative efforts. Maybe you’ve come to the end of a chapter in your manuscript, but not the end of your hero’s journey. Maybe you’ve prepared a full meal but haven’t prepared desert. Maybe you’ve written a song but haven’t come up with the final refrain. Although we’ve reached the end of this particular creativity challenge, that doesn’t mean we’ve reached the end of what hopefully is a newfound, rekindled, or otherwise sustained effort to create something new! With this final prompt, take time to reflect on endings, and beginnings, and how often endings are only the beginnings of something new!


Inspirational Quote: “The world is always ending for someone.” ~Neil Gaiman


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  1. Thanks for another great challenge, Khara.

  2. This was fun - and challenging. ^_^ Thanks Khara!


  3. Thank you so much for the great challenge, Khara! :)


  4. Fun challenge, Khara. Here's my final one.


  5. You're OK, Professor. A great exercise in discipline.



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