From the Blonde Voyage Blog by Emma Franklin.
I began to write this blog as a place for myself to figure out what went wrong in my body, how on earth did I end up like this? It was a safe place for me to chronologically write out my journey to discover the missing pieces of the puzzle – perhaps if I could find out how this happened I could find a way to fix it? It was also a place where I could express myself freely in order to process what has happened to me. I guess it was self-indulgent and now I’ve figured those things out I’m satisfied, I no longer seek to learn more about myself and my journey via my blog. This leads me to a place where I often find myself thinking, that’s enough now, I won’t write anymore, I’m content with leaving my blog as it is. That’s partially because I also have to consider is it worth it?
Remember guys I have a certain amount of limited energy because that’s the way ME works, the body doesn’t produce energy as it should. Each decision we make is based on energy, energy controls our entire existence and every single choice we make. Energy is like money to us, it’s a currency and it has value so we have to ensure we spend it wisely. That’s why I wonder is it worth it? What do I gain from this energy spent? Each time I receive texts, emails, phone calls (most of the time I don’t have the energy to answer the phone so these end up being answerphone messages) and letters from people all over the world, most who I’ve never met and probably will never meet, it gives me the strength and the motivation to share another chapter of my story. As we move forward in time each post becomes more and more personal and that can be quite scary, intimidating almost to put out there for the world to see but with each person it could possibly help, it gives me the courage to keep going, to keep writing and sharing my story.
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