Saturday, August 22, 2015
"The strongest memory is weaker than the palest ink"- Chinese proverb.
Thanks for my friends Paul and Sally Nash who write Marker Posts and Shelters. I came across this proverb this week. It got me thinking about the numerous articles, tweets, thoughts, and videos that come across my desk each day. With most I think, "This is so amazing, I'll never forget this." And yet, as the proverb so aptly states, with only a few exceptions, these great ideas soon vanish like mist.
So, encouraged by this proverb and the practice of Paul and Sally who blog regularly. I'm embarking on a regular blogging track. I'll be writing on whatever struck me that day. It might be a video I saw on Yahoo News. It might be a tweet, or a section of a book I'm reading, it might be something I read that morning as I sat with God.
I know occasionally this will be read by others, but my reason for writing is so I don't forget what I'm learning along the way.
I titled this post "dark ink." I'm hoping this practice and discipline will build a bridge to memory.