When I start out to write a post on the weekends, I usually lack inspiration. However, during the week, that is all I can think about – saying “that should be a blog” or “great idea for a post!!” This week, I was all excited about expounding on “truth”, as in “There is SO much none of us will ever know.” (I was watching a program regarding what is “really” going on with our U.S. National Prayer Breakfasts.) In retrospect, that seems like a “duh” moment. Of course, there is so much we will NEVER know. Maybe that is the good news. And, the older I get, the more that becomes apparent. That doesn’t keep me from wanting to know more each day, thinking that at some point, I will know what is “true”. WRONG. It is not going to happen. I will just have to be satisfied with doing the best I can. That is really all I can do anyway.
Maybe that is the way it has always been. We can choose what we want to believe. “Truth” doesn’t exist. I am beginning to realize the power that gives me. The bigger my world gets, the more I realize that I have the power to choose what I want to believe. And, then deal with the consequences. So, with that thought in mind, I will post these commentaries – without commentary. Just know – somewhere within the non-commentary is my idea of “truth”, as I choose to believe it. Haha. At least, at this point in time. It could change with a whim and without notice. Just go with it! A word of warning – DON’T TRY TO SELL ME ON YOUR VERSION OF TRUTH. Chances are pretty good that I won’t buy it. No, I reserve the right to choose what I want to believe, thank you.
I think this is a good time for me to say thank you to all of the people who have checked out these posts. I really do appreciate it. Of all the 20,000 words that I have written to date (WordPress has kept count! Haha), I have had 5,923 visitors from all over the world, 33,700 views. Now, not everyone has “liked” my posts, but I am amazed that that many people have been curious. Thank you very much. I cannot promise that I will be different in the future. Your guess is as good as mine. We will all have to trust the inspiration of the moment.