Write this moment

8 thoughts on “Write this moment”

  1. I feel ya with all of this. I journal quite a bit and I’ve been using it as a way to record the way things have unfolded this year as they occur, thinking it might be interesting to look back on at some future point. However, that means wallowing in all of the things you mentioned. To counter that, I’ve resumed my gratitude practice and to have it do double duty, I write it in French so I practice and learn the language. Plus everything just sounds better in French anyway, ya know?  😁

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  2. I’ve been feeling the same way. Writing helps me too. I know exactly what you mean about being in my head too much. I’m also working on a story. Often it’s hard to make myself work on it but when I do I feel like I’ve taken a mini vacation by living in the world of the story for a while. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I think the strange times we are living in hit some of us harder than others. Whatever keeps you in the moment is meditative and therapeutic. For me it’s writing but also swimming and yoga. And believing that this, too, shall pass.

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  4. Thank you. This is a lovely piece that I think a lot of people will identify with. It’s hard to focus on the simple things, but no impossible.

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  5. Your writing is so lovely and alive. For me, a moment to relax and reflect are hard to find these days but writing journal help and guide me a lot.
    I shall try to pay attention from different places like you do, since I usually stuck at one point.

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  6. Very nicely put. I remember meditation helping me with feeling more present. I used to meditate first thing in the morning, even before breakfast. After a while the very act of eating breakfast was a more present practice – eating an apple was a more enriching experience.

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