I don’t have inspiration for conceptualizing anything valuable, but I have an immense desire to write.
I feel like I don’t have anything specific to say, but my mind is full of thoughts and insights dying to be released and shared with the world.
I always seek to create something insightful or inspirational to share here, but does it always have to be the case?
Why should I limit myself to a specific style of writing?
Why should everything be heavy on knowledge?
Can’t I have writings that are simple and maybe nothing more but a way to kill the time?
Can’t we all create, now and then, something that has no deeper meaning other than us getting absorbed in the moment of creation?
This is in the first place a corner I created for creative expression.
Writing and posting blogs is my way of staying sane, as much as possible, and finding and shaping my unique authentic voice.
If that’s the case, then limiting myself to creating only something of deep value and a certain style of writing is going against my core intentions.
Makes me wonder, how hard are we trying to stay inside the box of what we think we should be and how we should portray ourselves to the rest of the world, as well as ourselves? Even when that box is ‘an authentic, inspirational, insightful’ expression of self. It’s still a box. Because there are many sides to me.
There’s something in this experimentation and ‘being all over the place’ that attracts me deeply.
It makes me feel reel.
It makes me feel I get to portray myself a bit truer to who I truly am, than when showing just one part of myself. Even if it results in messy writings like this, with no particular order, and probably no value for anyone else but myself, in this moment, while typing this.
There is no point in all of this. But should everything have a point?
Aren’t some things beautiful specifically because they have no higher purpose, they simply exist here and know, for you to spend a moment of your time enveloped in them, and then the next one you might not even remember it?
Thank you for being a part of my beautifully all-over-the-place world.
Hope you’re enjoying your day, messy or not, doesn’t really matter.