About being fearless.
See, a friend of mine screeched at me recently when I was feeling blue and sorry for myself. She screeched that now is the time to push, to move forward, to be fearless. And fearless is what I want. But I want to listen too. Listen to myself, my innermost voice, my God Spark. I want to listen to my Highest Thought, not my deepest fear.
One thing I have heard my God Spark say -- loud and clear. I have a tendency to do a lot of things and finish only few of them. I will be starting less things. But I will be finishing more of them. Taking things through to fruition. Improving my skills. That sort of thing.
Dear blog, you know what I mean. I want to reap the benefits of my talents. I want to rejoice in my own creativity, not stopping short out of fear. When someone says, oh, show me more of your art, I want to have more art to show. My inner most self tells me that is a good thing.
I want to give more thanks for all that is. There is so much to be thankful for. And one of those things to be thankful for is friends that remind us to be fearless. Because there really is nothing to fear.