I began writing my thoughts and ideas on paper when I was a young teenager. I’ve since cherished writing. Concepts and trains of thought flowed onto the page easily.
Looking back now on that first time I wrote down my thoughts, I suddenly realize that each time I am always alone when I write and need to be.
Reflecting further on this process, I feel a sense that I’m harvesting seeds in the form of words to capture the essence of the wisdom I’m seeing and knowing. These seeds represent beautiful truths and the process is a sacred gathering. It is exquisitely delicate and requires an immersion of soft focus to allow concepts to float in and intermingle to create beautiful ideas, otherwise, they will slip away. For these precisely placed words are a Great Orchestration. They are alive.
I’ve written as such for fifty-two years and in every instance, I feel a connection to Divine. What I mean by ‘Divine’ is the concept of Oneness, which is Love Eternal. I feel joyous, an aspect of the whole of life, humble and hold a heartfelt gratefulness for this gift.
The theme of Oneness and Love Eternal manifested the very first time I put pen to paper to document what was floating in my consciousness and this theme is woven in all of my writing.
Interesting to me is that I’ve always turned to this process of finding truth even when I’ve felt distraught and discordant. Searching for truth, no matter if it is beautiful or disgusting, is the only path to freedom. Truth always blesses us with Hope.
Since this is my first Blog, I decided to look up the word. It comes from Web, as in world wide web and log, as in a record of a journey. 1
Welcome to my blog.
1 Webster’s New World College Dictionary, Copyright © 2005 by Wiley Publishing, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio