Stop in the snow!

So I haven’t been writing much these days, It’s been a couple of weeks now which have flown by. You would think that this would upset me or make me think it’s writer’s block but no. Instead I have been living. Living in the present, in the physical moment and it’s wonderful. It’s not that I am not inspired by what’s going on around me, in contrary, I am plenty inspired. But right now is not the time to be witnessing and recording, it is about experiencing.

Sometimes we need to step out of our minds and into our bodies, shift from the comfort zone into the unknown, more often than not, we find (well at least I find) what lies ahead is something much more greater, a treasure to hold onto. And one cannot do that when they have characters talking to them and fantasy worlds being painted within them.

It is a good thing, the break from writing will only make me a better writer, these flowery moments of life are too big an opportunity to miss. So I ask you, whether you’re stressing over money, work, relations or anything, are you missing life? What would it be like to just let go and feel the ground underneath you? Would it be that bad to let the mask down with your hair? Everything will get done, but it’ll get done so much better when you let yourself be, let yourself shine, let yourself be the best that you can be, which is effortlessly you once you stop and go with it.

Live in the present, not the future or the past, the past is gone and the future is always there, leave it be, concentrate on what you have or else it’ll be gone before you know it.

With love & holiday wishes,

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