The one thing I am glad I had before I started my journey is faith. If I didn’t have that I don’t know how I would survive. I have been on a major faith journey since last year around the end of August when my last official check as a full time teacher came in. I have not always known where money would come from to pay for bills. I have not known where money would come from to pay for gas, as I have been on the road a lot. I’ve even had car expenses outside of the normal maintenance that I had no clue how they would be taken care of, but because of my faith they have been. There were several times in this process of my journey when I have had serious moments of doubt whether or not, I made the right decision. I still can’t say if that is affirmative or not, but it does feel good to have a sense of freedom in what I do with my life. That sense of freedom has even helped increase my writing capacity because before, I decided I was not going to work to post every day of the week for my blog, but now I am writing regularly.
This type of writing will allow me to transition into one day writing a script, a screenplay, a novel, an autobiography, and much more. I forget how freeing it can be to just let loose and write. Never having to really plan what is going to come out instead just to go with the flow. The one thing about me and writing however, is that I am nostalgic in writing and I actually take the time to write with a pen instead of being so new school and start on a computer. There is something refreshing about the pen touching the paper, no matter how much your hand may hurt.
When I started this post today, I had every intention of talking about my experience yesterday, but I think I am going to wait until time passes. I can say that whatever comes of the things I did yesterday, they will be archived as part of the journey.
One thing I am trying to be careful with in the process of my journey is how much I am trying to force things to happen, rather than let them happen organically. One thing I know about me is that I don’t always do exceedingly well with an iron clad plan. I am a Gemini, which is an air sign. My interpretation of being air sign is to let things flow naturally on their own accord. I am learning more and more on how to take one day at a time. Instead of trying to plan my life out day by day, hour-by-hour, and minute-by-minute. It is so much better to just allow life to take its natural course. I do conceptualize a lot of plans that I follow through on, but setting myself up with a routine and rote schedule does not work well for me.