So after my last post I am happy and a little excited about finding my mojo again so quickly. My inspiration, motivation and discipline had gone walk about for a little hiatus only to return just when I needed them most. We embraced warmly and then went inside for bikkies and tea. So in honour of their return this here post is all about inspiration and what inspires me.
There are so many areas that I draw inspiration from that I will touch on in another blog in the future. For now, check out some or all of the above to give you an inspired day…. one step at a time into an inspired existence. Big love.
It’s been a while since my last blog. Ages in fact. There are so many things to write about yet I am struggling to find [make] the time. I am also thinking about trying to keep this blog somewhat consistent in it’s content. There I go again, thinking about defining something, controlling it’s outcome, stifling it so to speak. Why? ‘Cos that’s what we do…. well, that’s what I do, or think about doing. “My blog is about such and such and ONLY such and such”. But that doesn’t sit with me.
I will allow myself one definition, in a broad sense, it is about me. My life, my experiences, my take on things, my ramblings to and at the world. Me in all of my glory and dysfunction. In all my learning – mistakes and growth. All of this written about with grace. Because we can all benefit from reading about others and their take on things.
We are not our best intentions. We are what we do. – Amy Dickinson [The Mighty Queens of Freeville]
The above quote came out of a book I picked up at the library for 50 cents. It had been sitting on the book self at home for at least a couple of months before I picked it up the other day, drawn to it for some unknown reason. I now know that the above quote was the reason. I love books and how they find you. This is also why I love writing and the instant gratification that is blogging.
From here on in, I will write about WHATEVER tickles my fancy, for myself mostly, but also for you. Sharing is caring after all.
The intention of our presence here is not to fulfill expectations. It is to promote questioning and debate. Both of which should be respectful and informed. Learning comes from listening not shouting. Our opinions may not be yours, and that is how it should be.