It’s the right thing to think that this planet is my Mother-Earth! But it’s not my right to own it. But it’s time to make that right turn to care for this planet.
It’s the right thing to think that I must devote my time to raise and love my offsprings! But it’s not my right to own them. But it’s time to make that right turn to set them free and let them spread their wings.
It’s the right thing to think that I must love myself. But it’s not my right to own myself. So, it’s time to make that right turn to open my heart to live, laugh and love. And, towards the end make that right turn to become one with Mother Earth, who ultimately has the right to own me. And, that is the right thing to do!
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Quietness surrounds me; concentration pulls my thoughts together; vision focuses to my notes and my laptop. My body sits still on the bar stool, while my fingers do a tireless dance on the keyboard spewing words on the screen. And, the next thing I know, I’ve written something. I read, re-read, edit, edit again, and once I enjoy my writing, I post!
Before I post: I grab my space in time to write, because time keeps fleeting fast . I write in between my responsibilities. A habit that’s becoming addictive. I miss it if I don’t do it.
My iPhone is always with me, wherever I go. (I might as well embed it into my skin.) In the house, I keep my laptop right on the kitchen counter-top, few steps away from the stove. I have a drawer near the stove-top that carries my hand-writing supplies. Paper, pen, pencils, and Sharpies. I frequently jot down ideas on paper. Later when I type, I refer to my paper notes. A good system for me.
When I sit down to write, I shift my mental gear. I close all other thoughts and get focused on my notes, and start to elaborate on each point as I type on my blog.
Enjoy your writing!
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