Finding my Muse

When I sit down to write a blog entry on this blog, it’s usually because I’ve thought of something or I’ve seen something that I want to write about. Usually that “something” has ticked me off or I see it as an injustice I want to rant about.

I think ranting about things is a good idea, too. Not only do you get your emotions sorted out, but often it might lead to someone leaving a comment that offers a different perspective. It is for this reason that I go out of my way to allow comments by posters who disagree with me, so long as they are done in a civil manner.

Honestly, there are so many things out there to offer an opinion or perspective on that any blogger worth their salt shouldn’t have any trouble coming up with topics. The real problem is choosing a topic from among the glut out there.

My muse, that inner monologue, isn’t difficult to find or listen to, it’s getting it to shut up long enough to write about one topic at a time and to get it to stay on topic long enough to finish a post.

The subtitle of this blog is “Infinite Self Discovery.” Judging only by the title, one might assume it to be a blog only about spiritual matters. In truth, it is about spiritual matters as much as it is about politics, fiction writing, art, fashion, the human condition, or anything else that strikes my fancy.

Everything here is posted for a reason, even if that reason is to rant about whatever has drawn my attention that day (or moment, as I tend to write posts several days in advance).

I seem to have rambled a bit. I do that from time-to-time, as you may have noticed if you’re a long-time reader. (And if you are, Thank You for sticking with me. I know I can be. . . . grumpy, at times. Your patience in appreciated).

Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you soon.

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About WonderGoon

WonderGoon is seeking enlightenment and questions everything.
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