Why am I here?

 

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I started this blog as experiment to gain knowledge about how blogging works. As I began to get followers and nice comments, I decided to keep going. I’m just over a month into this and I’m really enjoying it. I post without regard for who may read, but trust myself enough to put my foot my mouth.

My thought process was that it would be my virtual therapist and I’d learn the “art” of blogging. See, I’ve realized that I don’t really need a therapist. I HAVE seen therapists and I have strong opinions about them and what they actually do, which I’ll keep to myself. I’ve often heard that many people’s sole desire is to be heard… I can believe that. I’m not one of them, at least I don’t think I am as the conversations that go on in my head are so fascinating that I doubt anyone would really understand them. I have no desire to have anyone hear what I have to say… I once did and I once believed this would be necessary to be happy. I don’t believe this anymore. I don’t say that with a heavy heart, but rather with profound discovery.

As I am an artist at heart all that I expel is a “sketch”, whether in words or on paper with pencil. I believe all creativity starts with a pencil and a blank sheet of paper… whether it’s art or writing. My hope is that we all can interact and improve the moment in which we connect.

21 March 2014

I’m inspired by all those who are liking my posts and following my blog. I thank you so much and your interest keeps me interested.

5 thoughts on “Why am I here?”

  1. Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

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