Your message to the world?

12 Jun

Written by Kirri White.  Follow me on twitter or facebook.

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This post is part of the #trust30 writing initiative, inspired by Ralph Waldo Emersons “Self-reliance” that encourages you to look within and trust yourself.  You can find further details regarding the challenge here.

To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men, that is genius. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

What is burning deep inside of you? If you could spread your personal message RIGHT NOW to 1 million people, what would you say?

(Author: Eric Handler)

What one thing brings more meaning to life than any other?

What do I aspire to and hope to inspire in others, through all my relationships and my daily actions?

What is this fountain that pours forth endlessly and carries purpose, passion and happiness in its stream?  A place that in sharing you can find limitless connection and personal growth?

A simple idea espoused by many throughout the centuries and for me, phrased most eloquently by a Persian mystic –

It is love that holds everything together and it is everything also


Image and quote sourced from ‘Rumi’


2 Responses to “Your message to the world?”

  1. Louisa June 13, 2011 at 9:25 pm #

    Wow, this is such an interesting series. I’m a big fan of Corbett Barr but have fallen a bit behind on my blog reading of late – will have to check this out. Are you finding it helpful to have writing prompts like this?

    • Kirri White June 14, 2011 at 5:55 am #

      Hi Louisa,
      It has been a very interesting writing challenge so far. Sometimes more than I had bargained for, but it’s definitely requiring a lot from me in terms of discipline and honest reflection. There is a bevy of talent, which you should check out.
      Thanks so much for the vist. Appreciated!

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