Nike of Samothrace, Louvre Museum, Jordis 2013
I was invited to take part in the 3.2.1 Me Challenge by Sue Vincent https://scvincent.com/2018/08/26/its-all-downhill-from-here/.
The rules, are simple:
1 Thank the person who nominated you.
2 Provide two quotes on the subject you are sent by that person.
3 Invite three other bloggers to take part (if they so wish) in the challenge. See invitations at the end of the post.
Thank you, Sue for your wonderful post on Time, and for inviting me to write about Inspiration.
How I Found Inspiration
I enjoy writing a great deal and have since I was a young girl. Actually, I started out reading poetry as soon as I learned the alphabet when I was around three years old. My mother had a copy of Rumi’s Poetry that I would practice reading out loud but did not yet understand the meaning of his words, however they did shape my heart at a young age.
I continued to grow with writing and reading by my side and always dreamed of writing my own book of poems, or a novel, but I never quite got around to making it happen. I had tons of excuses; life got in the way, not enough time in a day, not good enough, on and on…
Although, “We must never stop dreaming. Dreams provide nourishment for the soul, just as a meal does for the body.” Paulo Coelho, The Pilgrimage
I never did stop dreaming, just kept searching outside of myself for inspiration.
However, continued to follow my heart and finally met Steve Tanham, Sue Vincent and Stuart France in England at the very first weekend gathering of the companions at The Silent Eye – A Modern Mystery School. That weekend was the beginning of the end of stifling creativity.
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