Showing posts with label overcoming disabilities. Show all posts
Showing posts with label overcoming disabilities. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Moody Blues - Letting the Creativity Flow

Confession: some of my best creative writing comes when I am feeling blue. This is the time when I write allegories with ease. It just flows.

I realize there are some serious mood disorders and I am not minimizing this. Yet, our strengths can be our weaknesses if we choose to see it that way. Whether you have the normal sad days we all have from time to time (hormones ladies?), or you have a more serious condition, think about how you can use it to express yourself. Life isn’t perfect. Behind every cloudy day the sun is still shining! And the satisfaction I’ve experienced through allowing the richness of my deep feelings and thoughts to be written has often made me think, “Wow. I wrote that?”



Haven’t we seen some amazing people who have overcome physical disabilities? So inspiring! It’s all in how you view your struggle, weakness, or disability and how you will overcome it through making it a strength and using it to your advantage.

It is incredible to read about people who have overcome their weaknesses or disabilities and the contributions they've made to the world.  Helen Keller, Stevie Wonder, Monet ... and depressed writers include authors such as Hans Christian Anderson, Charles Dickens, and John Keats. You have something wonderful inside of you to share with the world, too. 

What is the silver lining on your cloud? 

Shine!


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Kathleen Moulton has a passion to bring hope to hurting people of all ages who are facing disappointment, discouragement, and loss. You are invited to read When It Hurts - http://kathleenmoulton.com


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