I find myself sitting, standing, being at the edge of my tongue. Knowing what I want to say but not being able to find the words to put to paper. My tongue is not connecting with my fingers. I’m struggling to trust the knowledge that I want to pour out of me onto the page.
Do I need to trust or surrender? Trusting is an act of believing that what comes out is the best that I have to deliver in that moment. Surrendering is going with it. Allowing my fingers to move, finding the keys that will express what I’m trying to say.
Being free flowing with my thoughts. Not filtering each word. I can edit later. Now is the time to just let go. Surrender to the process of letting words spill onto the page in a chaotic fashion.
Surrendering to the truth that what I choose to publish might not hit the mark everytime, but if I don’t pushlish anything I’ll never hit a target. If I continue to stay silent I will never have an impact. I must speak up, I must take a stand! Each time I share is an opportunity to learn more about what others want. I can’t say that I care without demonstrating it. I want my writing to be a demonstration of how much I care.
So the answer is that I must surrender to the process of writing.