Right now though I'm deciding that my feelings aren't going to dictate whether I write or not today. Sure, I might not feel like what I have to say is worth being written but, so what? This is a blog! People read it because they choose to read it not because they're paying to read it (because, if you were paying to read it, I'd surely put more thought and effort into what I post. Just so you know, for like that one day in the future when I write a book and do ask you to pay to read what I wrote).
If we let our feelings dictate what we choose to participate in and to exclude ourselves from we take the risk of missing out on a lot and, on the contrary, sometimes end up in situations we were never meant to be part of.
For example (ahem...) if you feel unworthy of having an option about a topic maybe you will let that feeling stop you from writing or speaking when in reality what you have to contribute no matter how small or big could be exactly what someone was needing or hoping to hear.
And on the other hand maybe you feel like you really need to be part of something so you jump in when in reality you could have held back from that one and things would have been just fine and maybe even better. Nobody is supposed to be everywhere and do all things.
The important thing is to be able to know how to communicate with God and to know ourselves well enough to recognize the difference. So that we don't get held back by our emotion or allow them to pull us into things we shouldn't be involved in.
And, that's all I got today! My obedience of keeping myself in the game of putting my thoughts to writing. Every post makes it more and more normal.