I am getting bored with the blog.
Mostly because you guys are probably getting bored with it.
I'm not planning on stopping.
I'm just not sure what to do with this blog right now, because it's hard to be spending so much time writing posts all of the time when I'm not sure if people really read them.
I mean, I have page views... just no feedback, and I'm kinda bugged that clicking on the page dictates a "page view," but people could click off two seconds later and I'd never know.
Haha - was that enough complaining? Because I know that there are some of you who really do read, and I am very grateful for you people.
*sigh* I'm not really sure what to do with the running-out-of-ideas thing. I just don't know what to blog about anymore.
Should I broaden the things I post about?
Maybe a change like that would give me more things to blog about...
But... I don't want to lose what this blog was originally created for... and how do I find a balance?
Hmmm... feedback would be immensely appreciated.
I'll probably end up stewing over this for 24 straight hours and then not change anything, because I don't even know where to start.
Thank you for listening to (reading) my complaints. I'm going to go eat some double-stuf oreos and decide what to do with this blog...
(It will still exist... I'm not done blogging!)
Now... I don't feel like creating a post... Haha.
I know. I will share a poem (sorta. it really isn't a poem...) that I have been dying to share, but haven't found a post where it fits in yet. I suppose it can have its own post.
You cannot stay on the summit forever;
you have to come down again.
So why bother in the first place?
What is above knows what is below,
but what is below does not know what is above.
One climbs, one sees.
One descends, one sees no longer,
but one has seen.
There is an art of conducting oneself in the lower regions
by the memory of what one saw higher up.
When one can no longer see,
one can at least still know.
I love that quote. I suppose it actually could've gone with the last post I did. (here)
It's all about perspective. Like I mentioned in the last post, there will be times in your life when you will have amazing spiritual experiences. Never forget those experiences that you have, and let them change your perspective.
There have been times when I've felt the Holy Ghost really strong, and at those times, I wanted to do nothing other than read my scriptures and listen to hymns... haha. I know, because I've felt the Spirit, that the gospel is and should always be most important in my life. At any time in my life, I can think about those truths and remember how happy the Spirit makes me, and made me at that time. I am blessed with a renewed motivation to live the gospel fully.
Does that make sense?
Dang. That totally would've gone with that last post. :)
The end. Have a lovely Wednesday evening. I'll be staying up late and sleeping in even later. I love spring break. :)
Now. Comments? Please? About the above complaining part?
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