Chasing the Rabbit
There comes a point where you have to stop chasing the rabbit and share what you’ve learned. Do so with your own words and thoughts. Do it with whatever method feels the most inspiring to you. Express it in a blog or in poetry or music. There is a reason you suddenly can’t be inspired by others’ writings.
You have reestablished your core knowledge connection. Through this connection you see that the only words that feel right to you are within your own core self. This is why you have an insatiable urge to correct others or try to make them see your way that you found is the only way. It is not the only, but it is a way.
Share it all. Make your contribution to this awakening. That is why you are here. Keep reminding your ego of it’s true purpose. It is part of you to prop you up when you need an extra boost. Allow people to disagree and others to not resonate with what you share. Don’t feel hurt by those who make no comment. All need your words and they provide a different service to all who absorb them.
Quoting and posting others’ works assist others, but without showing your own thoughts, you are failing to share your greatest finding of all.