Inspirations are everywhere.
For this assignment I’d like to link Kassandra and her blog post. She wrote about her fear of deciding what to write in the blog. It just clicks with me. I have been thinking the same thing and have been afraid of what people might think. If I show the dark side of me will they hate me?? Or if I show only the good side of me that would be fake!!! How am I to balance the two sides of me?? SO my train of thoughts lead me to think I’ll just write whatever that’s up with me whether they are just the sad and lonely part or the sadist one, or preferably the happy one.
After reading her post the fear is obvious and inevitable, so I have decided to put myself out there just like I have promised my self. It does not matter if the content is sad or painful or boring, I will write and put it out there. Thank you for giving me hope.
Browsing through I came across Jonathan, he wrote about writing his mind in the Moleskine Notebook. Though that brand of notebook isn’t available where I live, the idea of writing is awesome. I used write and have stopped doing so for various reasons. Anyways this article has reminded me of how happy I felt writing my heart out without the fear of criticism. But I have come to accept that criticism is part of the deal so I will expect them and I think it will help me grow and improve myself.
I thank you for sharing your thoughts and inspiring me in the little ways, which is the most important part of connecting with someone.