Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Moving Time

Stephanie

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It has once again become time for me to move out of one journal and into another. I have been working in a blank Quo Vadis Habana since the beginning of the year and take note- this is highly unusual for me to have spent over 8 months in a single journal. Why so long? It most certainly isn’t for a lack of things to say. In fact, I probably have more stuff that needs to be purged from my brain than ever before. Crazy as it may seem, I think sometimes I become afraid to say what’s on my mind- like I’m playing a game of sorts. If I have a thought and write it down, it makes it more real –> then I have to give my focused attention to it –> which could lead to additional responsibilities OR having to give more attention to the painful bits. Historically, daily writing has proven to be an extremely significant factor (read inexpensive therapy) to my personal growth and overall well being and I would like to make a concentrated effort to write more, and write honestly- painful bits and all.


4 thoughts on “Moving Time

  1. This reminds me… In the midst of a quite difficult time, I remember a good friend who knows me well telling me “If you are going to write about this, write hard and write long. It isn’t worth it otherwise.” She was right.

    May the move go well and smoothly…Peace.

  2. This reminds me… In the midst of a quite difficult time, I remember a good friend who knows me well telling me “If you are going to write about this, write hard and write long. It isn’t worth it otherwise.” She was right.

    May the move go well and smoothly…Peace.

  3. I do tend to have the same problem. Writing somethings down make them real, some things I want to forget about and not dwell on so I’ll skip it. But that really isn’t being honest…

  4. I do tend to have the same problem. Writing somethings down make them real, some things I want to forget about and not dwell on so I’ll skip it. But that really isn’t being honest…

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