Friday, August 30, 2013


It's fun Friday and I get to throw caution to the wind as I join other adventure writers here.
The writing prompt: WORSHIP

I love what LisaJo says this morning: You already ARE a writer. No need for publishing, no need even for followers. Do words bubble out from the pool within? Do you write for yourself even if no one will read it?
You are a writer.

It takes courage to place our thoughts and feelings into concrete form of pen-and-ink, or let them flow through our finger tips to keyboard onto the screen.

What are we afraid of?

not writing perfect prose? by whose standard?

not painting our words like Monet? or LisaJo?
I so enjoy reading LisaJo's posts. She creates beauty with her talented way of creatively and uniquely  forming words into picture ideas.I would love to have more of that skill. But I have my own unique voice. And so do YOU.

Even if we all share the very same message, we each have a distinct way to convey it. When our words post in a blog or FaceBook, those for whom it is meant will read it. Have you had the experience that you have a "lightbulb" moment when an idea or message that you have heard a hundred times is illuminated for the first time in your understanding? That is why we need to keep writing-we never know just who needs to hear our words at the very moment in their lives when we write them.

Caution to the wind. Write from you heart.

Write for One, and that is WORSHIP.

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Char said...

I love what you wrote. It really encouraged me to know that I have a voice too. Thank you. Sometimes it can get so overwhelming, and you just feel invisible. Great job.

BARBIE said...

I struggle with this truth, that I am a writer. I am currently writing a book and I loved your reminders here. Blessings!

Lady Of Virtue said...

Thank you for your honest confessions...I often think that if I am feeling something, there are others who feel the same. Barbie I remember you from Relevant a few years ago! It is nice to "see" you!