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This is How I Feel When I Write

My relationship to GOD has always been of importance to me. I keep going forward and backward in how close I feel to him. I am working on maintaining a steadiness in that sphere.

There is something I have been recently noticing. I love to write. No, that’s not what I noticed. Read on.

I had left writing for years on end; have come back recently to it. So here’s what I have noticed. Every time I write something that I love and know HE too would have liked, I feel so close to GOD. Most of the times this happens when I haven’t even shared that piece of writing with anyone, yet it makes me so… I don’t know…happy inside. It’s a special feeling.

To write regularly I am working harder than ever, yet I feel more calm and focused than ever.

Just trying to figure out why. Is it weird?

Should I be dwelling on this?

10 thoughts on “This is How I Feel When I Write”

  1. This is such a beautiful way to describe writing and how you feel God in it…at least that’s what your words meant to me. “Untangling Life’s Web” as a title to your blog sorta fits in with what you wrote here, as I see it, because writing lets my mind slow down enough to take in what seems so “Tangled” and fleeting in my non-writing state. Thanks for this beautiful article. I do love it.

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      1. We are one! That’s why I write, too. Tangled thoughts and feelings are my default, and writing has saved me from a lot of prolonged suffering. I am so glad there are people like you blogging; your intent is compounded – has more than one purpose that extends outward to help people. Man! I love your spirit!

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