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Virtual Chocolate


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A second on your lips forever on your hips never happens with virtual chocolate.


Chocolate begins from a seed. A cacao seed. It is then fermented, roasted, shelled, grounded, and melted into other forms and tastes. It is also exactly how a product is created. Whether a car or an article.


The process begins with an idea–another way of seeding. We ferment it–we let it roll around in our imagination, sprinkle on a little creativity, and even place it into a state of aggravation in order to deshell it.


Next, we roast the idea, melt it, add this and that, and mold it into some delectable small, large, round or square piece that will tingle taste buds, yours, and mine too. It could be building a book, an article, a building, or sending food to a starving country.


Sometimes we remove something to change it’s color or to make it fat free. With chocolate, they remove the extra shell and then make it into white chocolate. For a writer, it’s the editing process, the removing of that inner shell to find the white sweeter spot or to make it fat free.


Everything leads up to one thing whether it’s making virtual chocolate or anything else. It’s the user’s result. When someone pops that piece of chocolate into their mouth and that smile of delight lights up their face, it doesn’t matter whether they’re young or old, an American or of Australian descent. A smile is a smile on any human being. And a smile on a child is forever on our hard drive.


So, what is the difference if you are making chocolate or writing an e-mail that makes someone smile. Send virtual chocolate everyday and make them smile.

EzineArticles Expert Author Catherine Franz

Catherine Franz is a Marketing & Writing Coach, niches, product development, Internet marketing, nonfiction writing and training. Additional Articles: http://www.abundancecenter.com blog: http://abundance.blogs.com

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  • Posted On February 26, 2006
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