Wednesday, September 3, 2008

When the light is dim



Sometimes when my light is dim, I don't have things to say. My mind races with negative, dark thoughts. I notice that I can make everything about me, and become paranoid on who is out to get me. It's a place that can consume me.

I find on dimmer days, it's easier to let it pass, rather than to dwell on the darkness.

6 comments:

  1. times like these look deeper..a lot of times it will show us how to cope..

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  2. aw, Kimmy...I'm shining some light your way!

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  3. I told you I like your format. But you've changed it. I like when you specifically ask for reader input ("What do you do when your light goes out?). But I messed up, too on Letters to Myself: I wrote a post to "medicine man" entitled "What Ails You" and didn't specifically end the post with "I'd like to hear what ails YOU". How many ways can we encourage comments?

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  4. Sometimes I am scared. Feeling vulerable and a bit down, I told about asking for advice and comments. Feeling insecure, I was afraid that no one would comment. It seems that rejection is another paranoia I have when the light is dim. Thank you helping me see an extra step.

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  5. Correction: Feeling vulerable and a bit down, I thought about asking for advice and comments;

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  6. ever we imagine if no light in our world "only" one day??...
    just blogwalking to yours... i hv click your entrecard. wait yours at my blog.. thanks
    fathin

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