Have you noticed that 2014 is speeding by? Call it the aging process, shifting consciousness, or preoccupation with the big questions, all I know is that before long, the annual blog reviews will be posted and we will be looking at resolutions for 2015 ( maybe).
We had so much fun last year that I am proposing a new blogging challenge here at litebeing chronicles. All WP bloggers are cordially invited. This one is really simple:
What were the gifts of 2014?
This can be approached in many ways :
Which lessons did you learn?
How did you serve others?
What blessings did you receive?
Was there something you lost that turned out to be a blessing in disguise?
Did you receive any “gifts” in terms of powers or skills?
Get the idea. Make this as straightforward or esoteric as you like.
You are the creator.
The plan is easy: This challenge will take place throughout the month of December. Pick a date by notifying me in the comments section below and I will keep track of the schedule. Once you post to your blog, link to the challenge 2014 Wrap Up near the beginning of your post . Also link to the next scheduled blogger at the end of your post. I am available for help , don’t let that deter you. All mediums are acceptable, music, art , prose, video, animation, poetry, photography, etc. These are stories that deserve to be celebrated and shared, like brightly decorated presents wrapped in shiny paper and sparkly ribbons.
If you have not participated before in such a venture, you are in for a treat. Take a look at last year’s challenge to see what we created in 2013.
I know that for many of us 2014 was very challenging , with the Grand Cardinal Cross, Uranus-Pluto square, Saturn in Scorpio, Mars retro in Libra, yada yada yada. I certainly would agree that I have been challenged. But I also was gifted in some extraordinary ways.
How About You?
first 2 images courtesy of wikiart.org, public domain
3rd image By Tanemori (HatenaFotolife) [CC-BY-2.1-jp (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.1/jp/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons
last image by Josephine Wall