Exactley 100 days ago I made the commitment to sit down at the computer daily and share an authentic thought, idea, desire, dream etc. in a daily post on my blog. Twenty six times I posted short excerpts from my book “Living and Dying” The remaining post’s tackled subjects such as comfort, guns and the NRA, reality, feelings, thoughts on love, making changes, blessings, neutrality, giving thanks, freedom, honor, happiness, joy, hope, creativity, moods, hate and tears to name a few.
I made this commitment to practice authenticity and reveal my thoughts, concerns, dreams and desires to whom ever felt moved to follow along. While I did the practice of being openly vulnerable and honest, I also stuck in a little hope that it would be a shared journey and one that fostered community, discussion and growth. After 100 days I feel my wanting it to be something may have created a roadblock for many (including myself). Often when we want something we close the door to growth and expansion because in some ways we’re saying to the universe, we dont have it to begin with. I also know that sometimes the work being done can’t be seen or isn’t meant to be seen. I’m a little caught up in seeing results, and I know better. I’m also very sensitive to the idea of being alone, and often feel like I am. Perhaps my biggest fault and in many ways my greatest gift is my intense and sincere desire to make the world a better place. So, bear with me on the next 100 days and for those of you who have joined me on this journey, Thank YOU!
More to come!
”Blessings on your journey”