The Magic of the Blog

I have purposely avoided writing blogs lately, as I feel I don’t really have much to contribute to the universe.

Do you ever feel that way?

Do you ever feel that, no matter what you have endured, what you have experienced, it just doesn’t matter in the long run?

I don’t know if you believe in an afterlife. A reward for everything you’ve been through. An ending to your sacrifices and bliss. I don’t know what I believe, but I do know that I want to make the world, life, the future, easier than I had it.

How do I do that?

Again, I don’t have many answers. I try to listen to what my family, my friends, say. What they are going through. And find a way to bring them to a peaceful place. 

I do the same online. 

I don’t know if anyone online has ever benefited from my experiences, from my point of view.

But I always hope that someone gets the gist of what I’m saying and starts to believe in themselves. That they realize that not everything is their fault. That the world goes on as it will, smashing and crushing and sprinkling its darkness to whomever is in the way.

We all get hit by adversity.

What makes humans magical is that we have the ability to rise above all the shit and make the world ours. Bend it to our desires, to our needs. 

I guess we all have an intention of where our blog goes. Your thoughts and projections are different than mine, than your friends, than the person who has a blog that sounds just like yours.

You need to claim your stance and make it your own.

Whether you have 15 followers or 10,000 followers, it doesn’t matter. Be yourself the whole time. Whether your expertise is music or poetry or pottery. It doesn’t matter.

You will find friends everywhere. People who “get” you.

Write when you want. Share what you can. If you change one single life, you are better off than when you started.

That means everything in this world.

And that’s why we’re friends.

 

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4 thoughts on “The Magic of the Blog

  1. There’s something beautiful melancholic about thinking that whatever happened isn’t even that important in the long run.
    And yes, I know how you’re feeling, I guess many bloggers have felt similarly. In the end it doesn’t even matter if you’re helping anyone. If blogging helps yourself, that already gives it validity in my opinion 🙂

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  2. Yes, dear Goddess, that’s why we’re friends. And yes, sometimes, like you, I wonder … does this daily blogging make a difference? And like you, I conclude … if one person is uplifted or changed or contemplative or tickled or validated by what I write, one is enough! Keep keepin’ on!! 🥰

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