“There are two ways of spreading light. To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.” – Edith Wharton, novelist, playwright, first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Literature .
What an amazing quote. I never thought when I began my blogging journey, over five years ago, that I’d be referred to in this light. My friend, poet extraordinarie and incurable romantic at heart Andrew, aka, The Lonely Author, has begun a new series of posts honouring some Inspiring Women of WordPress and I feel incredibly humbled to be chosen as the first.
We’re all inspiring. Each and every one of us shines our light, every time we publish a post that exposes our talents and travels, our hardships and triumphs and our heart and vulnerability.
I feel immensely grateful to be where I am, sharing my words in the company of so many talented bloggers from all around the world. Thank you again Drew. You honour all women every time you publish one of your beautiful poems.
To all the amazing women out there, never forget how fierce and strong and awesome you all are. Here’s to all of us raising each other up.
Head across to his blog and allow yourself to be swept up in a world of warmth, love and passion.
“There are two ways of spreading light. To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.”– Edith Wharton, novelist, playwright, first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Literature .
I always thought of my friend Miriam of Out an’ About as an inspiring ray of light. She takes you on adventures highlighting stunning Australian landcapes while sharing a piece of her caring soul. Her journeys of gratitude, love, and family, leave you cherishing every moment. I’ll never forget how just a few years ago, during sad moments of family loss, her warmth, wisdom, and love still shined through all the darkness. She inspires people to be the best they can be. Visit Out an’ About. Bask in the glow of one of the Inspiring Women of WordPress.
We now return to our regularly scheduled programming…..love.
the promise of your dawn
we made love on a beach
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