I don’t have much to write tonight. I have another topic I want to tackle. I even have a working title – God’s Faults. It just seems too big a topic right now. I have a rough idea of what I want to write, but I want to do this well. I don’t want to do this when I’m struggling to stay awake, as I am now. So why am I writing if I’m that tired? My Muse, my creative urge, my inner drive, asked me to write. In fact, she wrote to me. Here’s what she said:
In recent weeks you have experienced major changes in your life. Many of these are things you have asked for with great fervor. Maybe these things didn't come as you expected. What matters is that they came and now you have two things do.
1- Be thankful to God for the blessings and love.
2- Face new challenges and make these a new adventure.
You are an experienced person. You know that there is something new to learn from each experience and all that give you strength to sooner or later. But sometimes you don't want to be with me because you're tired, stressed, anxious or disappointed. You’re avoiding me. You don't want to write. The funny thing is that every time you write, your body, your mind and your spirit are revitalized. You get new energy and enthusiasm.
There is nothing more beautiful for me than to see your creation at the end. My dear Robert, don't avoid me, I miss you. I want to be your muse for the rest of your life, because you and I are one. We were, are and always will be one. So Keep Going.
Our adventure is just beginning and we have even more adventures to live and a lot to learn in this life.
My goal is to keep writing and to take advantage of all that God has given me. One of the faults of God that I was going to write about is that He sometimes doesn’t answer our prayers in the way we want. He answers them better than we could have imagined. But the better way also develops our character. My Muse reminded me of this tonight. So I will Get Started and Keep Going….because she asked me.