Courage of conviction


The Daily Prompt has inspired me once again.  Today’s prompt asks – tell us your favorite thing about yourself.

If you had asked me this question ten years ago I may not have been able respond.  Sure, there were things about myself that I liked.  I can sing pretty well, although I am too self-conscious to sing in front of anyone other than my dog.  I was pretty talented when it came to making and decorating wedding cakes.  But those things are just hobbies, things I seem to be able do with some sort of talent and things I enjoy.

During the past decade of my life, I seem to have gone through a metamorphosis, mentally and spiritually.  I found my inner compass and steadily began to acclimate to the new direction I was headed.  I found the courage of conviction to have a voice of my own.   I found the inner strength to truly believe that the talents I possess are worthy of comments, and I found the determination to follow my dream of being a writer.

Good things happen when you finally believe in yourself and my first published magazine article will be out in May.  That courage of conviction fueled the vehicle that led me here.  I trusted my talent, and more than that, I trusted myself.

I let my true colors finally shine through.

53 thoughts on “Courage of conviction

  1. Hey, being good at your hobbies is nothing to sneeze at. Most people love their hobbies more than their work anyway.

    Congratulations on the magazine article!
    If nothing else, I hope you scan it and post it!

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  4. It’s amazing how many different takes there are on this topic. What’s the name of this magazine? Is it online or hard copy? Where can we go to have a peek at your article once it’s been published? Well done.

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