Yes, I will spread my wings!

Yesterday I read one of the most thoughtful post about blogging 🙂 It has inspired me to write more and better… It has given me hope that I can be good – very good at this. It has also given me the courage to be more confident in my writing. Yes, some people out there want to read what I put in writing. Some people out there need to read what I write.

Yes, I'm spreading my wings!

Let me quote the beautiful piece of T.S. Eliot (Thanks to Morgan Mussell)

So here I am, in the middle way, having had twenty-years –
Twenty years largely wasted, the years of 
l’entre deux guerres –
Trying to learn to use words, and every attempt
Is a wholly new start, and a different kind of failure
Because one has only learnt to get the better of words
For the thing one no longer has to say, or the way in which
One is no longer disposed to say it.

For us, there is only the trying.  The rest is not our business.  

Take no thought for the harvest, but only for the proper sowing. 

The words will come alive if they come out of the deepest thought from an experience . They are called rhema – the words that come alive.

I believe God send angels in writings as well. You never know. A simple sentence, or even a single word can struck you powerfully. It can be an oasis in the middle of the desert. It can be a tickle that brightens your heart.

I promise myself, I will write at least every week! 😀 (…so help me God! lol).

As T.S. Eliot wrote, “Take no thought for the harvest, but only for the proper sowing”, I shall sow my words and they will grow in someone’s heart that they change the life.

Yes, I will definitely spread my wings!

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