In this modern world women have had to learn to become several different roles. Many times it is very hard to find the balance in our lives. I have friends ask me if there is anything that I don’t do. I have had that question in my mind for awhile now pondering over the meaning of it and how it does apply to my life.
Having been an advocate against injustice, I’ve had many tell me that I am courageous and don’t seem to fear challenges. While I might feel fear, I force myself to walk through it. Then that is what made me realize, I don’t think I get to acknowledge enough the delicateness of my own soul. As women we find we do have to wear so many different hats.
Most of the time we don’t get the luxury of just wearing a beautiful delicate Easter bonnet. To be a weaker vessel, to be a delicate female. We have learned we have to be strong women in order to survive. I am proud to be strong. But have we now learned to fear that weaker more delicate side? Did we sacrifice that in order to always be strong?
So, I decided to honor that delicate side by starting this blog. Thus the title “The Delicate Beauty of My Soul.”
I was not able to blog on here like I wanted too. My other one took up much of my time, and I became burnt out and very ill. Being diagnosed with multiple chronic illnesses has set me back. I’ve been drawn back to this blog as I desperately need to do more for me. I am a work in progress in learning to listen to my own needs. So, in learning to simply be, I welcome anyone else that wants to join this journey.
Pull up a chair and lets have a cup of tea. ~ Melise ~