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A Hubber's Life: finding time

Updated on November 15, 2010

Hello, all of you digitally fabulous or otherwise, around the entire planet Earth.

To those privileged enough to be able to call themselves hubbers, this particular hub is dedicated to all of us.  Us, as a community that uniquely understands it's members, if not in shared ideas and ideals, than in something much more valuable, spirit and empathy, in the pursuit of understanding to not only be understood, but to listen to the hearts and minds of others.

I have learned and feel strongly that it must be the same for many of my fellow hubbers, who in addition to being beautiful authors and crafts... PERSONS in their own right, also call themselves husbands, fathers, wives, mothers, sons and daughters.  It is an unfortunate truth that it is often the passions of our lives--our life's blood, if you will--that are sacrificed to what, at this time or other, are deemed the priorities of our life.  To do what we do, as writers we have to be passionate, that I believe that we put ourselves on the line every time we key a thought or pen a phrase, just as we place a piece of ourselves into our writing.  To not often find the time to do what you are passionate about is what we learn in living.  Would we agree that it is this fact which presents our passion, in a tangible way, through our writing?

It has been sometime since I have submitted a hub, dealing with lifes' circumstances.  It feels good to have the time, once more to be apart of this venue, in cyberspace.  It is always amazing, the  feeling that courses through me every time I sit before my PC or laptop, ideas revved and ready to go.  I love to see how my ideas and the way they constantly evolve help me to better grasp an understanding of myself.

All that having been vented, that was all to say, keep doing what you're doing, fellow hubbers.  I am certain that I am not the first, and certainly won't be the last to tell you that each and everyone of you are most appreciated and your work here is priceless.

Please look forward to some new releases I have scheduled--FINALLY!!!--in the near future...


Until next time, well met and be well.


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      Nellieanna Hay 7 years ago from TEXAS

      EXCELLENT, my dear friend - and so pleased to have you back among the hubbers. A lovely tribute to our connection here as writers! Looking forward to you next - and next - and next - hubs!!! And hugs!!