First Guest Post: My Authentic Self Speaks by Jeanne Litt

17 Dec

I love all of mankind. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

What I love about us humans is that we keep going. We keep on living, (for the most part), we keep on having children and raising them the best we can.

We work hard and have our family’s needs at heart. We help others, give to the poor, volunteer, and write gazillions of blogs every day offering advice and the benefit of our wisdom. We share. We party together and eat together. Even the hermits among us are connected by the internet. We unite, we connect. We are social beings. We can say no to all the invitations to events we don’t want to attend. We can connect with just one other person and it can be electronically even, but we are still all one in our deepest core. We are the same dreams and cares and needs.

We love our heroes and we are all their virtues. We love to hate our villains and we are them too. We can love it all. Life goes on either way. We can love it all and be happy. Let’s each start being happy with who we are. After all, who else could be us?

Thank you Jeanne for your submission. We hope to have you back again.

Would you like to be a guest post writer? I invite you to submit a post. Write 1000 words or less on the topic – My Authentic Self Speaks. Posts will be selected by a panel of one, me. selected posts will be posted here. Be sure to include a link to your blog if you have one. Send submissions to ceriusdesignsATgmailDOTcom. (Change the AT and DOT to symbols.)

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.


Posted by on December 17, 2009 in Uncategorized


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3 responses to “First Guest Post: My Authentic Self Speaks by Jeanne Litt

  1. Angela Cerrito

    December 17, 2009 at 7:32 pm

    I’m a fan of Jeanne’s writing, loved your thoughts about us humans!!!

  2. Robin

    December 21, 2009 at 11:16 pm

    I really like this … for me, it captures the tenacity that is vital to the human experience. For a species that can’t regulate its own body temperature, is born helpless, and is picky in its eating and slow in reproduction, we’re surprisingly resilient.

  3. purplume

    December 21, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    Jeanne thanks you Robin and Angela. She is grateful for your remarks.
    You are invited to submit a post on the subject – MY AUTHENTIC SELF SPEAKS. I’d’ love to hear from you. XD


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