Surprisingly, not everyone who wants to feel better is willing to write. I thought it was a stupid waste of time when it was first suggested to me. I had my usual response of contempt prior to investigation. I have come to realize that I initially scoffed because I didn’t want to be vulnerable. Writing can involve being vulnerable, especially writing to a power greater than myself.
For me, I’ve come to realize writing is a no-brainer because I want to live my best life. Writing has brought me relief and healing on multiple levels. Most importantly, writing enables me to be vulnerable. It takes courage to be vulnerable. Vulnerability increases connection. I want to connect. Connection is like my medicine. I must be vulnerable to have faith.
Call to Action:
Be willing to try writing and risk being vulnerable. Commit to write one sentence with the option to write more. What have you got to lose but your isolation and discomfort?
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