Gratitude breaks the spell of Writers Block
Jamál (Beauty), 16 Jalál (Glory), 147 BE - Sunday, April 23 2017 CE
"This is the Day whereon He Who is the Revealer of the names of God hath stepped out of the Tabernacle of glory, and proclaimed unto all who are in the heavens and all who are on the earth: “Put away the cups of Paradise and all the life-giving waters they contain, for lo, the people of Baha have entered the blissful abode of the Divine Presence, and quaffed the wine of reunion, from the chalice of the beauty of their Lord, the All-Possessing, the Most High.”
Everyday I receive a scripture from Baha'i Words in my cox.net inbox. Up to now I've been moving those e-mails to the folder Baha'i Writings. I don't like deleting those e-mails until I've meditated on them and written a poem or blog entry concerning my thoughts. I've decided to write something in one of the following journals about those scripture verses: "Writing in Snow" , "Snow Scribbles" "Melting Snow" , "Bicentenary Poems and Prose" , "Welcome to My Life" or "My Life Is A Poem" .
As for reading, I'm going to continue reading and reviewing on writing.com. Normally I will review four or five items each day. There are two series of articles on BahaiTeachings.org2 I want to read. One is an on-going series of articles under the Religion3 heading called Story of Abraham4, which so far has 45 articles in it. The other group of articles is under Arts5, which contains 100 articles that I don't think are part of a series. I am also planning on adding to a couple of interactive stories. One is "Invalid Item" and I'll post the other as soon as I find it. Those are my plans for the upcoming few weeks.