Rivers, Wings, and Locomotives

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Blogging is a locomotive. There is tremendous power in the force of our blogging engines, and in our steam. But sometimes we can be caught up, in that strength, that speed, and it needs to slow down. For me, I was beginning to lose a sense of who I was.

Whatever it is I’m doing now, with the balance of life and blogging, it’s working for me. To be honest I have no idea how I did so much in the past. I’m not a professional blogger.

And yet, writing is a river. We can let it flow through us, and in us. For me it is something I was meant to do, I guess you could say in a sense it is a type of calling, not in a weird way, but I just know it.

But the most important part of us is our wings. We soar so beautifully because we were meant to. You don’t think you soar? Yep, you do – we each have a spirit.

So my locomotive is still there, and running smoothly at the correct speed. While I thank God for the river He has given me, I can sense my wingspan expanding. I can now walk with joy, and confidence.

Thank you for being on this journey with me. Peace.

     

Poetry and All Images © Copyright 2017, ancient skies

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12 thoughts on “Rivers, Wings, and Locomotives

  1. You always find a way to to say what so many us feel but can’t quite put into words. Your gift is a gift to us and an inspiration for us to continue the work we have to do as well. Blessings & peace Nico!

  2. So wonderful how you express the flow from inside that gets even stronger through blogging and leads to new wonderful shores! Thank you for being here with us. Thank you for sharing your flow. Thank you that we may ride on that river with you!

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