Writing a Book and Other Goals: Creativity Calls


New beginnings are like an inhale after a long held breath. Cheeks are filled with oxygen waiting to break free, and once it does there is a calmness, a rushing of blood reaching the parts that needed breath the most.

There is nothing quite like the feeling of knowing that the new experiences about to be embarked upon will be truly different than anything else encountered in times past.

This is how I feel about 2019. I feel excited and at peace. There is joy in the now for the mourning and pains of yesterday. There is assurance in my bones and a resonance of purpose.

I look forward to this year with realization that I am the only person who stands in the way of me completing accomplishing my dreams and visions I have for myself that align with what my Abba has for me. This year is the year that I will do the things I’ve been afraid to do, I will unashamedly be me, strong and bold in the face of uncertainty. I will choose to trust God more and lean upon the understanding of Sweet Holy Spirit. I will choose to create and not falter in the words of naysayers because as a daughter of the Ultimate Creator who loves me more than I fully understand, I have no reason to fear.

Goals for 2019

  • Complete a manuscript of poetry and publish it
  • Dance more and grow as a dancer
  • Take more creative risks with this blog
  • Choose to love without condition
  • Seek Christ daily
  • Maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle
  • Create Create Create

I choose not to let the words written above be looming challenges above my head throughout this year. Instead of solely existing for the purpose of resolutions they are sweet promises to myself for growth and beauty.

“Don’t race through life; pace every moment with purpose…”
― Bernard Kelvin Clive

‘Your extravagant kindness to me makes me want to follow your words even more! Teach me how to make good decisions, and give me revelation-light, for I believe in your commands.’ Psalms 119:65-66 TPT

Excited to the utmost,

~A

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