I just finished rereading the introduction on my blogpage. The last line had me wondering. Maybe not exactly wondering, but contemeplating. I may be a reluctant blogger, but I am an avid contemplator. This is one of the reasons why I still agree with the statement, even though I have quite a time coming up with blogs which I feel are worth someone else's time to read.
I never seem to get far away from commitment and persistence, and in writing this I have come to realize how closely the reluctance and commitment are related, and how important both are as well.
This seems to be the case in all things for me, not just my writing. My reluctance to do certain things leads me to a desire for something that I am unaware of until its lack sends me into a deep desire. In other words the reluctance is an essential need which will ultimately provide the passion with which I do certain things. When I reach a certain point, still clinging to the reluctance, the cerebral part of the commitment forces me to put one foot in front of the other and after a step or two the passion takes over.
I missed keeping my once a week commitment by two days, but I did have most of this blog saved in draft, consequently keeping my other commitment to quality, as I found some grammatical and spelling errors and added some pertinent material.