One of the things that I most love about writing for Hevria is the way I am encouraged to constantly push my boundaries, to be more vulnerable, to reach deep within myself and be honest about the complicated emotions that are going on in there.
My baseline writing has evolved to become deeper because of this, but I still play it safe, even in this deeper mode. Today’s piece on Hevria goes past the zone of safety, and I talk about some of the thoughts that I used to feel really bad about.
When you make a commitment to the truth, any doubts that arise become bigger and scarier, but it’s important to not ignore them. This is me not ignoring them. You can read about it here.