Happy Tenacious Tuesday to you lovely people.
Setting the tone for plans and goals for our lives is the key to achieving our dreams.
Doing the things that we desire the most is sparked from inspiration.
My love for books is akin to an addiction. My love for creating characters, developing stories, and plotting scenarios is serious. When I am unable to write due to writers block, it is like an artery being blocked so that blood cannot flow through.
Lately the desire has been there but the urge has not. Why? I wish I knew. I have stories all over the place but none are ready to be released, just yet. All of my works in progress are filtering through my mind on constant replay. The stories are juicy, the feelings are new, and the emotions are raw.
There is a story ready to be released to the world but I am hesitant in officially releasing this read. This book is called, “NEVER ENOUGH.”
Once upon a time’s and happily ever after does not apply to this read. This story is my real life and fairytale land is a far cry from my past realities. The deep-rooted issues that flow through these pages border the lines of unbalanced and dark. Though the book has a serious tone, the ending has yet to be written because I am still on an upward climb to the top.
I truly believe the blockage that I have experienced lately is due to the fact that I did not share this vision as I was instructed. Lord forgive me but I fear being judged. Life itself would explain how judgmental the world is whether I like it or not, whether I share my story or not but that is my burden. In an effort to be obedient, late and all, I introduce “Never Enough.”
Have you ever felt like you were a burden? Do you know what if feels like to be a burden? Have you ever felt unwanted? What is the feeling of the concept being drilled into your head that you were an unfortunate accident? If so, how did that make you feel? If not, count your many blessings.
1 Peter 2:9 (NIV)
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.
As the saying goes, ‘everyone has a story,’ no one every said they were happy.
Until next time…