"Yet a time is coming
and has now come when the true worshipers will worship
the Father in spirit and truth, for they are the
kind of worshipers the Father seeks." - John 4:23

My Heavenly Daddy is healing
me from the inside out.

Transparency is Real.
Many times painful.

Daddy let me be secure in You only!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

BLOGGING REAL or REAL BLOGGING?


Was contemplating what I would share in this post. Naturally, I could go the usual route and share a bit how my t. went tonight, and I probably will in a few paragraphs below. But, for now I feel I want to share a little about ‘what being real is to me as I blog,’ which will undoubtedly tie in to my IRL t.

Not in my wildest dreams did I think blogging about being “real” would be so beneficial not just to myself but to others, “you.” I am totally amazed, blown-away, surprised, shocked…. at “me,” “this person” who is actually writing intelligent sentences, talking about herself to people she has never met and connecting with so many alike. Not only is blogging for me good t. but, I truly believe it is good for a lot of you out there who share the same bond of “realness.” We learn, we grasp, we comfort, we ((((hug)))), some cry, we process what one another writes and hopefully, apply if applicable.

My blogging has now become my journaling when I go to my t. weekly. I find I am writing much more on my blog then when I was just jotting down in private my thoughts. More of my pain is revealed on my blog and I can better express myself as such. T. tonight was not as intense as last week, but major areas were uncovered for future dealings. So in essence, all of you are privy to my “blog journal,” from day one when I started a couple of months ago. How sweet is that?

18 comments:

  1. I'm so glad that blogging has been therapeutic for you. We all need a place where we can be "real."

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  2. Blogging helps in a lot of ways truthfully. I found that out long ago. Most times ones thoughts are clearer because when blogging we constantly read back what we are writing, and in doing so it allows one to contemplate ones own thoughts. I am glad that blogging is helping you. Hugs my blogger friend. :)

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  3. God Bless you girl! Continue to be real! I too love blogging just like you coz it helps me express and yes it helps others also in which I'm praising the Lord for! By the way I added your site here: http://yourdailywordblogs.blogspot.com/

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  4. Blogging your feelings is just an extention of speaking them to another human being. Your doing great!

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  5. Blogging is a good way for us to express even our deepest emotions and through that, we seem to connect. Then again, that's the purpose of the Lord's love and blessings, to allow it to flow out and not be kept. Your posts encourage me. God bless.

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  6. Maybe YOU have taught some of us to "be real"...which is not easy to be. But I share your enthusiasm for the blogosphere. Mayb we stay, and keep in going for those who will come after.
    Love,
    S

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  7. Treat us as your listeners and you will feel much better because you have someone to talk to.

    Be brave and I am sure it will benefit lots who are silent out there.

    We are proud of you.

    God bless,

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  8. That's great news that your blogging is helping you.

    I also prefer to express myself in writing.

    You have also been a great support and encouragement to me.

    God Bless

    Amber

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  9. AnonymousMay 13, 2009

    I have been blogging for quite a while with over ten personal blogs myself. It seems I cant get enough and one is just not enough to share what is going on in my life. Sometimes hard to keep track where I am at with which one and some are put to the wayside.. so I can relate here.

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  10. Had a few blogs myself. Just could not keep them going or begin with them. I mainly just see what other people are doing by putting in a search. You have a lovely blog.

    Strawberry

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  11. What ever is helping you get through your pain be it blogging, talking, experiencing, go for it! It seems to be working for you.

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  12. i agree with you 100%!!!

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  13. Shadow, amen and thank you dear one.
    Dee Dee, thank you for the visit and encouragement.
    Strawberry, Appreciate your comment and visit, thank you.
    Anonymous,I am astounded by the many blogs you maintain. I have enough problems just keeping one. Thanks for your visit.
    Amber, thank you for your kind words and I am glad writing helps you along.
    James, thank you for your words of wisdom.
    Stevie, apperciate you, as always. Thanks.
    RCUBE, nice to see you and thank you for the visit and I am glad you feel blessed.
    T. Anne, thank you for your support!
    Mike, certainly do appeciate your encouraging words and inspiration from you blog. Thank you.
    Tracy, thank you for your continued support and encouragement dear.
    AD, thank you dear one.

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  14. Blogging for me is all about therapy as well. When my youngest son departed for BMT, and I knew he would be deployed (eventually)...I needed a place to set my words (my feelings).

    You have done an outstanding job, and I do look forward to reading more of your words.
    ~AM

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  15. I love blogging as I have met so many great people that I consider friends. It also is a journal to me also as I can go back and read my entries and remember how I was feeling or what I did on a certain day. I blogged on AOL so I have probably 3 or more years of posts. I totally agree writing it out and have other people share how they feel, or express they have similiar experiences is very helpful or healing if you will. I am glad this is helping you, as writing is an outlet to our inner emotions.
    Hugs!

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  16. that's how we feel too....so we gave our Doc our url and he reads our blog. that way he knows everything that has happened in the week. doesn't it feel good to know how much you are helping others with your blog? we love that feeling of actually making a difference in another's life. we love you...safe hugs!
    "us"

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  17. I find I'm more honest with myself in my blog. I couldn't write a journal for the life of me before I started an online one. Now? It's not just about my pain, but a shared pain (Hope that makes sense). (Hugs)Indigo

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  18. I feel honored to be able to read your blog/journal. Thank you!

    Miss talking with you. Take care of yourself.

    lis et. al.

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