Writing is my passion.
I have always loved to write, but the passion and desire to want to do it during all of my free time wasn’t there. It wasn’t there because I didn’t let it be there. I let all of the other duties in my life push the passion aside.
It is there now.
I love to write. Free writing, devotions, poems, one-sentence reminders, writing anything and everything.
I am consumed.
My heart yearns for the time to be able to do it.
Recently, on the same day, I heard two different people – one, a writer and guru on leadership whom I have never met in person and second, a pastor I know – both speak about scheduling your time for specific things.
It was as if God had a megaphone and was commanding, in love, that I learn this skill.
This is my new goal – to schedule time just to write.
I have to remind myself that not everything I write even has to be seen by anyone.
Writing is writing even if the audience is just myself.
Writing is writing even if the audience is God alone.
Writing is writing even if it’s scribbled on a napkin.
Writing is writing.