In learning about Social Media, I’ve heard that it is important for a writer, author or blogger to “find their voice.”
Perhaps my voice is plain and obvious to some, but to me, it seems to remain a mystery.
However, I am on a journey of discovery.
I’m out to discover and rediscover my faith.
I’m out to discover what my “use” is and where I “fit”.
You probably will notice the evolution of a writer and author and when all of the extra stone is chipped away, the image that is revealed with be beautiful. But I see both the inner statue and the rough rock.
Here is a post today on my Facebook page:
Maybe it’s just me, but the journey towards original Ancient Christianity is so counter-culture to American Christianity that it’s like carrying two crosses instead of one.
Am I complaining? No. But it’s just that different that I can almost feel the negative thoughts from some, but not all. Thank God.
As I share my journey of discovery and rediscovery, please know that very few of my posts and comments are meant to hurt or wound anyone. (I say very few because sometimes I might slip if I’m tired and shoot off a zinger at someone who has ticked me off. For which I apologize.)
My “voice” in this matter is not one of a guru or Jedi master, nor is it the one of a commentator.
My voice is of one fighting it out in the real world of spiritual confusion and buffet-style Christianity.
Mine is the voice of a pilgrim moving towards a heavenly country. I have found the pearl of great price and I’m selling everything I have to acquire the field where it’s buried.
The saga continues.
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