“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.” ~Charles Spurgeon
Last week I wrote several writing prompts to work through this month.
When I read the prompt for this morning:
Is hope scarier than fear?
I’ll admit I thought WTF? Especially because I’d only gotten about 3 hours of sleep last night.
How can hope be scary? And how can it, in any way, be worst than fear?
I realize I often approach “hope” with an addendum. The “but what if things don’t work out” addendum. AKA fear.
Below are a few of my thoughts on the idea of hope vs fear and the relation between the two, This prompt brought up so many other questions and tangents for me that I will definitely explore in later prompts.
What’s your take on the relationship between hope and fear in your life?
I struggle with meditation.
It’s something I desperately want to “master” …but perhaps my desire to master meditation as if it were a sport vs the desire to truly quiet my mind, is the problem. But I digress.
Today’s writing prompt deals with evaluating the moments in your life when you feel most centered and grounded.
When do you feel most grounded or centered?
I share my answer here: