A blogger’s job is REALLY hard.
First of all, it is a matter of great RESPONSIBILITY to blog. Once the path is taken, there is no turning back because the joy of sharing and getting ILLUMINATED by what others share spreads to the remotest cells in the body. Even at times when there is the struggle to run personal errands, the inside voice that keeps saying “I MUST write” is always there to remind of the responsibility to give people a good thing to show gratitude for the RESPECT and ADMIRATION they display for the work done.
Secondly, it is NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE to come up with a good idea to build into a post. When this happens, and it may happen quite often, a blogger can feel DEPRESSED. Personally speaking, I do not know many things as painful as fighting against my own brain to give life to some other new thing that will be worth sharing with those out there who are kind enough to welcome into their lives my reflections.
However, BLOGGING is one of the few things that I REALLY enjoy doing. I know I need it as much as I need food and water. It is for me a form of MENTAL EXERCISE that lifts my spirits as well.
For the past couple weeks, I have been rather busy coping with certain personal business matters, thus being unable to spare time for doing blog reading. There are no words I know of to describe how that made me feel when I was sort of disconnected from all the blog stuff. I can simply say “It SUCKS not to be a part of the world changing”.
Today, I feel different because I was lucky enough to spare about two hours to do some reading on the BLOGOSPHERE and get the INSPIRATION to blog and maintain my hopes for better posts to share with the world.
And it is all thanks to the wonderful Personal Learning Network that I have. This very post is dedicated to all the bloggers out there writing and reflecting to change lives for better!