While I sit down to write, I am trying to complete a daunting task. A task to write on a blank sheet of paper.
We don’t always have ideas hovering in our mind, especially when we’re about to write something.
Previously when I fell behind on blogging, I avoided writing anything for this reason. I didn’t want to wake up to this feeling everyday.
Most of the time, I want to write, but I can’t. And everytime I can’t do something which I want, a little piece of me dies inside and my days starts on a bad note.
If I don’t want to ruin my day early in the morning, I need to get my writing done. If not, I’ll have a horrible day.
So, through this pressure, I trust a instint inside me everytime I try and write something. Everytime I open my laptop and fire up the text editor, I trust that instinct inside me that helps me to write.
Right this minute as I’m writing this, I’m trusting that instinct. I don’t know how long I’ll be able to write. Maybe few more sentences, or few more paragraphs. It’s there guiding me.
The more and more I write, the more and more I learn that we need to trust the instinct within us. Without it, it’s very difficult to complete daunting tasks like writing.
I didn’t want to fire up this text editor today to write, but I did it because I trust that instinct. I trust that my writing will flow somehow. I’ll have something to share with the world.
That’s the same for living your life. You need to trust the instinct that every target you set to achieve your goal will be fulfilled somehow.