• A whisper through a megaphone

    by  • November 21, 2017 • * Safe for Work *, Gratitude • 2 Comments

    This is a BIG thank you to all of you writers out there that find all the numerous places to show your skill and help other people while doing so. I admire you all and am so thankful for each and every one of you. (especially the ones that release their personal and original writings)

    I personally have never used my songs/poems or writings on the internet because there are so many people that like to pull from them and I find it invasive but it doesn’t keep me from writing and responding to people when I feel grounded in a place that my advice might help.

    Just know that what you are doing does serve a purpose and you are recognized and appreciated. I cannot stress that enough. This world is huge and if all people came together instead of tear people apart the world would be such a better place.

    Please keep up all the hard work you do!

    PS…this does not apply to all the keyboard thumping trolls out there! You actually lost the battle at start because in the real world your lack of social skill shines bright. Maybe if you took notice to the world outside of your computer you might realize how everything you do sucks. You see, while I am actually hugging real people that have thoughts and feelings, you are hugging onto my files and his files and her files etc. You are having dates with emails. You get the point now? I hope that word and excel and powerpoint help you in your time of need!!


    2 Responses to A whisper through a megaphone

    1. A Soul
      November 21, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      – Britney – Your words are much more than a whisper. They are a true and heartfelt statement. I have seen – I believe – some of your writings here. Could be another; but, then again, who knows. I write because it is who I am. Most times, my writing is better than the words which bumble out of my face. Haha!! :). At any rate, thank you for your kind words. They are accepted and much appreciated. The pen still is pretty mighty. :). Keep writing, Dear Soul!! 🙂

    2. A.Mused
      November 23, 2017 at 1:42 pm

      When connections are weak, lost or abandoned, when we are far away from the simple things and wrapped wholly inside our fragile shells, it is language that brings us back to eachother. Words are very powerful in that way.

      Recognition and thanks for our connections are appreciated Britney.
      Être au taquet mme


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