“Pursuing.”


By pursuing the definition of you, which should last a lifetime, you must be open-minded of your past and present, for a better future. Pursuing, someone, something, or destinations is a part of your future. Pursuing dreams or passions are mandatory lifetime goals. Life without pursuing is a slow death. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading “Pursuing.”

“Hesitate.”


Hesitate, and the moment passes. Hesitate, and you miss the opportunity. Hesitate, and you will become regretful. Hesitate, and your dreams will not become real. Hesitation is a consideration as you continue through life. Hesitation is a fear while remaining confident knowing the experiences to overcome life’s hesitations builds character and knowledge. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading “Hesitate.”

“Construct.”


Closing your eyes brings to light the vision of what can be imagined to be constructed. Construct, build, develop, are the foundation of dreams and possibilities the imagination conjures. To construct, build and develop requires opening the eyes from the dream to construct the dream. Nothing comes to a dreamer, but a sleeper & nothing comes to a sleeper but a dreamer until actions are … Continue reading “Construct.”

“Percolate.”


Life’s easiest options are breathing, and waking up to a new day. The hardest options are focusing on what to do, and finding the discipline to do what we imagined or dreamed of doing. Life is boring when you don’t look for activities to become involved to enhance your soul. WordPress daily word prompt. Continue reading “Percolate.”

“Learning. “


Learning is a desire within many people or is it? For some learning is completed upon high school graduation yet college graduates become annoyed or discouraged when asked to learn procedures within their chosen profession. There’s an old adage that states “you will learn something new every day up to the moment of death.” It is believed the foundation for learning develops in the womb … Continue reading “Learning. “

Youth


Two years ago when I began researching full-time RVing, my idea and belief were associated with retirees or people who have checked out of mainstream society. What I discovered were the issues of internet signal coverage, connectivity, and identifying cheap, clean, RV campgrounds. However, to my surprise, the most astonishing facts were the enormous number of adults between the ages of 20 and 40 who … Continue reading Youth

Reach


Reach is a movement every human has completed. However, the word reach is used more as a metaphor referring to an object or action in poetry, love letters and everyday speech as I reach for other examples to explain “Reach.” I reached new heights in my achievements since becoming a writer. From birth to death, we all strive to reach some form of betterment for … Continue reading Reach

Surface versus Fear


The surface of life is easily visible to the human eye. Fear prevents verbal interaction which would build discoveries. Our surface is what we project. Fear of self-reflection to discover what is beneath and within. Honest self-reflection is the journey to overcome the fear of revealing what’s beneath the surface. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading Surface versus Fear

Elusive


Elusive are my thoughts when writing. Elusive is my focus when reading. Elusive are the photos I want to capture. Elusive are my attempts when trying to achieve what I want. My journey has taught elusiveness disappears with persistent determination and perseverance. Believing in what you want can be elusive and hampered by those crossing your path. M.J.Leake WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading Elusive

“Darkness”


Because of humans inability to see in the darkness, the human imagination compensates and creates fear and mystery of the unknown of what their eyes cannot see. Hundreds if not thousands of stories and fairytales have been created recited based on fear of darkness. Closing your eyes darkness does not initiate fear because opening your eyes silences the fear and darkness. Darkness, within a locked … Continue reading “Darkness”

“Perfection”


The word “perfection” defines flawless, or faultless, as possible. Perfection is often used to describe people, inanimate objects, an athlete or team and for some people, themselves. Just about everyone strives for something in life and in doing so, some may go beyond their dream while others will not succeed. Either way, the journey towards a goal builds character which over a lifetime will become … Continue reading “Perfection”

“Everybody dies, but not everybody lives.”


Time is motion, always moving never stopping, moments pass into minutes, into hours, into days, weeks, months, and years. Seeing children grow into adults, we ask where did the time go? Visible signs of time reveals wrinkles, thinning hair or the color of grey. The death of family or friends, invokes reflection upon your own mortality? So, the question you may asked yourself, “Am I living … Continue reading “Everybody dies, but not everybody lives.”

“Struggle?”


The struggle is a word repeatedly used to describe or defines an individual or team endeavor, of trying hard bending over backward, displaying their forcefulness, to produce a strong or possible violent effort to break away or the just doing everything possible in their attempt which hopefully is successful. Without struggle were would we all be? Without struggle, there is never any progress. So, suffer … Continue reading “Struggle?”

“Mountain”


The sight of most mountains stirs within some humans the desire to explore a trail to conquered and stand upon the summit. As you walk along a path, crossing the planes and valleys on your approach to the mountain. It’s imposing, majestic beauty is always visible. Your concentration is matched by the excitement swelling within you. However, your excitement is contained with every ascending step … Continue reading “Mountain”

“Fork”


Forks in the road take place every moment, hour, and day throughout life Decisions can be simple or life-changing like, do you order pancakes or waffles or do you marry or not marry, and should you wear underwear or not wear underwear. Procrastination is usually the result or annoyance to others, hence the saying, “Sh*% or get off the pot.” Either way, remember to enjoy … Continue reading “Fork”

“Teach Your Bloggers Well”


We all know how to do something well — write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do. In response to today’s WordPress post prompt,  “Teach Your Bloggers Well.” I start with the basic foundation of planning. To be successful in anything in life, planning, and preparation are the foundations towards success. So, the first important lesson is to explain … Continue reading “Teach Your Bloggers Well”

“Study Abroad”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Study Abroad.” If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why? Oh yes, I will study abroad in England, France, Western Africa and Brazil to continue my studies of the Atlantic Slave Trade focusing on the time period between the 15th, and 18th, century. I will continue to … Continue reading “Study Abroad”

“Too Big To Fail.”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Too Big To Fail.” Tell us about something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail (and tell us why you haven’t tried it yet) I have a bucket list filled with numerous detailed items taking me around the world enjoying locations and specific things to be done. Last on my list is parachuting out of … Continue reading “Too Big To Fail.”

“Burning Down The House”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Burning Down the House.” Your home is on fire. Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe). What did you grab? It is 2:00 am and the house is on fire, the kids are safe outside with the dog who alerted everyone and is on the front lawn barking at the fire blazing through the roof. … Continue reading “Burning Down The House”

“Enough is Enough”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Enough Is Enough.” When was the last time you were ready to throw in the proverbial towel? Did you end up letting go, or decided to fight on anyway? I was taught and learned early in life to never give up, and I just have to persevere to discover the solution to succeeding. I received this wisdom … Continue reading “Enough is Enough”