I know this is an age old question and one that many of us at some point in life have asked ourselves.
This is a post about words. It’s about our perception of those words, what they mean to us, what those words trigger within us and also about the context in which those words were whispered, said, shouted or written.
About a year ago I had the opportunity to attend an introductory series of Qi Gong classes that stretched over 6 weeks. And since my brain has all but given up on producing anything remotely creative, I’m going to take the “easy” way out and use this as my Day 5 post for Nano Poblano.
I’ve known of Louise Hay for some years now but only really paid attention to her in the past few months. This in reality is pretty odd, but then again this is me…odd and weird are my friends.
Post is here.
See you there!
Those who know me, know I love planning. When in the mood, I’d trawl YouTube checking out how-to vidoes on organising and planning your day..morning, night, life..anything that involves pretty journals and stationery, and just tip on staying on track. Most times I’d watch the videos, ooo and aah at the pretty things, get a few tips..think of doing the same…and then..well..life kinda gets in the way and off I go doing something else.
Breathe in. Breathe out.
And so it starts, this self decided crazy awesomeness where bloggers have willingly agreed to challenge themselves, their creativity and their use of words, to blog a post every.single.day…for 30 days.
It’s a Saturday morning and it’s ridonkulously early at 6.12 am as I type this. It’s the 29th of October and in another 2 days we will be greeting the month of November. A few days ago I made a decision that may mean a few things: I still make some impulsive decisions; I can be completely and irrationally optimistic or I must be going a little mad.
It’s the 30th of November! Wohoo! And I can’t believe it because it’s been a major month for me.
When you ask, you really do receive even if it’s a request for a rainbow, unicorns, dragons and a field of pink flowers!
Glorialana graciously nominated me for a blog award. If I could choose one word for the feeling I get when I read her blog is that she’s a really sweet person. I love the way she starts her posts with “Thank you God!”.