Who are you writing for?
One would assume from the title that this blog will only be of interest to those who like to write. But even if you don’t like to write, you may consider the point of ‘who’ you do anything for.
My generation and all who went before me were taught that “you are always to put others before yourself.” At the time, it even seemed like good advice. Then there was the rebound generation, the ‘me’ generation, who became a bit oblivious to the rest of us that they have to live and work in harmony with! Where’s the balance? It is somewhere in-between, of course.
The point of doing anything is to be of service to humanity. It is for ALL of us. It has to be, because we are all the same ONE, we are all from the same source.
If we are acting only out of self-interest, we will be in disharmony with all the rest. If we are putting others before our own needs or interests the end result is the same, as resentment has a breeding ground. So where is the in-between place?
It begins with the writer ‘being’ in touch with their own divine connection to the universal mind. When writing or ‘doing’ anything from a divine connection, we are in co-creation with the Divine where the All is always considered.
Writing from our separated self will find a limited audience, appealing only to those who align rather tightly to the writer’s individual perspective.
This is why I am interested in writing a blog. I want to practice writing in co-creation. No, I don’t know exactly what this feels like or looks like, but I’m interested in developing a rhythm that supports me to explore the possibility. If I can learn to write in divine connection, I will be able to expand this so that before long I will ‘be’ doing all things in divine connection, where all are considered equally.
We are all affecting each other whether we are aware of it or not. We may not have met yet, but we are on the same ride. To quote Marshal McLuhan:
There are no passengers on spaceship Earth. We are all crew.
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Gayle Cue loves writing about life, reflecting on every day miracles and pondering on the big picture.
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