Typewriter photo courtesy of Pinterest.
I have witnessed people go through life’s ‘transitions,’ and the challenges life has to offer. Some people live with very difficult challenges including Cancer and Leukemia. Despite it all, they hold down jobs, they have relationships, they carry on with their lives. Some of them even carry on with faith and a smile every single day. I have also witnessed people marry, have kids, become writers and playwrights, move to new states our out of country, get a new apartment or home. Despite life’s “challenges,” these folks have found their “BLISS” basically.
As for me, achieving my bliss is a constant struggle, not ashamed to admit it. But, I am working hard on achieving it. For instance, I am writing, well I have been for the past couple of years, my first fiction novel. I am grateful my “bliss,” writing AND knitting, has stayed with me all these years. My bliss is what keeps me centered and somewhat stress-free. The bad news; as I chase my bliss I am far behind with reading other people’s blogs and “thumbing up” or liking people’s posts on Facebook and Twitter and clicking on the “hearts” of people pictures on Instagram. I apologize for that; I will support more when I can.
Before I get back to writing I want the world to know, or whomever reads my posts, as I try to focus on my bliss I will take a brief “blog pause.” Until I return to blogging I hope everyone out there is focused on finding their own bliss, if you haven’t done so already. It truly is a wonderful feeling doing what you love and what keeps you centered.
Here’s to being blissful and fully centered. Have a great 4th! LDS