I like to read blogs. The ones I choose are enlightening and gentle with the blogger's sentiment. I have stopped reading some of the ones I have read for a long time. They no longer speak to me. I no longer learn from them. Why? Because the blogger has become militant. It seems the more fame that comes a blogger's way, the more opinionated they become. I'm not looking for opinions. I'm looking for wisdom and life stories.
I don't want to tell people what to eat or what country to buy things from. I don't want to point a finger at anyone for their ideas or thoughts. I want others to feel the peace a simple life brings. That's my motivator. Nothing more. Well, to communicate. I don't talk much, but I can write my thoughts and feelings for hours.
That's why I don't want to become famous, What if I become militant and spoiled , thinking everyone has to agree with me? No. I would be disappointed in myself, if I ever caught myself thinking that way. My spirit would sink to a new low.
There is an old saying. (or something like that) What we bring into the spirit with our senses is what we become. May I be wise enough to have interest in only that which is good for me and those I touch.
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