3 Heartwarming Reasons Why I Turned to Blog

I’m pretty excited because in four months less, my blog site is a year old! And looking back, I can say that I now have good progress in writing, researching, designing, and so on. It’s a smoothly added skill professionally and personally. I’m happy and thankful that I have met like-minded people from community groups that gave me ideas on how to run a blog in general. In addition, I’ve seen and read various articles online, which I also personally followed that inspire me what topics I can best discuss that will showcase my intention and personality.

Yes! I’m incredibly grateful for this experience. But to give you more of an idea of how I turned myself to blogging, let me share with you these!

My 3 Heartwarming Reasons Why I Turned to Blog

#1. My Dearest Readers

Yup! You. For the past few years, I felt the need to do something special for others. But I didn’t know how or what. All I knew is that I want to help others, even in a subtle way. Until the time I experienced heavy rough periods of my life which concerned my health. Then, I realized that I want to share my thoughts on battling life’s adversities to serve as a helpful role to those seeking motivation, support, or advice.

In the year 2019, I finally decided to come up with a blog at home project. So I started writing about my thoughts, views, experiences, and curiosity about life in general. I know and understand that somehow, somewhere out there, there’s someone that needs comfort and seeking relief. Relief from bad experiences, being burn-out, being left behind, and being in a position that no one wants to be in. I experienced this too.

My dearest readers gave me a heartwarming reason why I turned to blog. Through blogging, I can tell them, “Hey! You’re not alone.”“YesI’m here for you.” “Yes, we’re in the same shoes.” “Hey! You can, and You will do it.”, “Yes! You and I can win this!”

My dearest readers inspire me to do more. Right. You! You gave me a reason why I need to write and share my understandings. You gave me a reason to build a connection. A connection that will help you and me to grow and be better.

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#2. My Dear Me

I think one of the fundamental mistakes that most people make is not to appreciate themselves. I learned it along the way. Most of us experience burn-out and, worst, become depressed because we always think about our responsibilities to our family, relatives, friends, society, others, etc. Until the time we forget ourselves.

My dear “Me” gave me a heartwarming reason why I turned to blog. I want to thank ‘Me’ for not giving up in times of trouble and even today. I want to thank ‘Me’ for trusting me even if I failed several times. I want to thank ‘Me’ because I cried countless times, yet ‘Me’ never get tired of listening to myself. There are a couple of times that no one understands me, but ‘Me’ understood me. There were moments that no one dares to support or believe me, but ‘Me’ is always there to help and believe me.

Blogging has turned out to be my online corkboard journal reminding myself, “hey, “Me’ is here for you.” Plus, I can share myself and connect to like-minded people is an excellent opportunity that blogging has brought.

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It may sound too religious, but yes! Absolutely! It’s actually not about being godly but about sharing faith. Of all, this is the best heartwarming reason why I turned to blog. Most people are busy doing their errands, doing this and that. They are spending hours of hours on social media and the internet, which has resulted in them forgetting their real purpose in life – to be in the proximity of God. And I believe this is our ultimate need. And for us to develop and nurture our relationship and be in God’s glorious nearness, we must learn and turn to His words.

Matthew 4:4 stated that “Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds out through the mouth of God.”  

I’m thankful that through blogging, I have a fair share of a platform where I can be an advocate of nurturing this vital relationship. Purifying our inner selves to become better and better gives glory to the One True Supreme. And blogging allowed me to share my grounds about faith and practices to shed light and motivate everyone. Remind everyone and myself that, hey, let’s take some time and pause to nourish our souls.

Likewise, blogging gave me access to connect with like-minded people and learn from their testimonies too. I believe that is a vital ingredient in spiritual growth and to gain wisdom.

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To Conclude…

Let me thank you once more for reading and supporting my blog. I recognize that this is a small step for me. But I will continue to share my thoughts and experiences with you to the best of my ability. I’m always available to write, listen, and provide insights that will hopefully help you decide and stir you up. Always keep in mind that we can and will accomplish this together. Life is always hard, but it is also beautiful!

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