Nine Years and Counting
Another column on writing from Wisdom and Life. Today, as we are in the month of May I realize Wisdom and Life will turn nine years old. When I began, I published five days a week. As I look back, I’m pleasantly surprised that I found topics to write about for five days in a row for over a year or more. Now I’m down to once a week at Wisdom and Life and once a week at my second blog, CJPPhotoNews. So I’m still writing every day.
My friend, Mary has much to do with the inception of Wisdom and Life as she encouraged me to start writing about Law of Attraction as we met once a week to discuss how LoA inspired us.
When I started writing for Wisdom and Life, I’m not sure what my goals were for the blog. I’m not sure I knew how long I’d be writing for that blog. Next year will be ten years. I produced a book out of this blog. I can clearly and honestly say that when this blog started, I NEVER thought or even intended to create a book from these columns. Many of you who have followed me from its inception, know the original intent was entirely Law of Attraction (LoA).
After time, I heeded the call from on high to pivot. My blog turned toward spirituality. I realized while writing several columns that Law of Attraction and spirituality are one in the same. All you have to do is spend some searching the comparisons between LoA and spirituality. You’ll be surprised by what you find.
I have no plans of closing this blog down. It means to much to me. Writing for it helps me just as much as writing dark fiction did in the 1980s and 1990s. The columns I write here help me to continue to realize that life IS a positive, that there is an INDEED another way to see our existence. That we shouldn’t focus on what MAY go wrong, but instead keep our eyes on what is going well. I only hope I’m helping others see that as well.
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.
Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;
We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying. For there truly is no end.