What I SEA is I find some missing pieces of myself and surrender myself to nature's beauty.
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This blog post talks about me. I still feel like what I’m writing isn’t good enough, so I keep erasing sentences and re-write them and sometimes i miss out important points that I wanted to write because of that.
But i always write from my heart and I find that easier that following rules to attract readers. Because one a friend said “A message that comes from heart, reaches others hearts as well”
I really loved these quotes:
“I imagined that everything that was holding me back from being completely honest in my writing, was all stuck in my shoulders. So I shook my arms until I could feel the words exit through my fingertips.”
“I often say that blogging is like talking to yourself, and then realizing someone heard you. ”
“There are so many rules about how to blog, and what to write about, and how to present your thoughts. I try not to follow any of them – it’s just not me.”
What if no one reads my blog? What if someone leaves me a really mean comment? What if I’m criticized? What if my ideas are only interesting to me? What if this blog is a mistake? What if I just go to sleep, instead?
Four years ago today, those were just a few of the questions that shook every bone in my body as I sat in my bedroom with the lights off, in the wee hours of the morning, and started this blog.
I think back to that moment quite a bit. It’s a good one.
At no point in my life did the thought of starting a blog ever cross my mind, until a few days before I actually did. As weird as it sounds, it felt like something I had to do. As if the universe was pushing me in that direction.
And I’ll be honest, most…
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There is always a reason behind everything. Our thoughts attract things to occur. Our will power helps to make them occur. And what ever happens, happens for good.