Hahom or Bo’matum (Thank You)

WRITER’S ROOM | EDITOR’S NOTE

“There is an inherent law of mind that we increase whatever we praise. The whole of creation responds to praise and is glad.” ~Charles Fillmore

How many thanks you’s are enough — it is never enough to continually be genuine first to the creator. Grateful for the smallest or greatest of blessings and those specific talents that define who we are. Revealing to us what we are destined to be. Especially when life can present challenges or test our faith. When we humbly express our gratitude, we eventually begin to see the increase of abundance throughout all areas of our lives.

dream catcher outdoors against the sun

This month’s editor’s note is a hahom or bomatum to ALL of you. When I began writing I had this shyness that was laced with the fear of exposing my most in depth feelings and inner thoughts with those who know me and judged by those who don’t. I am fascinated and inspired by SO MANY things life has to not only offer me but offer someone open to something new in their life. I had to develop an outlet to express my creativity freely and share with the world. When I started this platform it was to showcase what I felt passionate about at that particular moment just to see if it would be of interest to people outside of family, very close friends and colleagues. It continues to take time and many, MANY sleepless nights to execute my vision but I am excited this new journey has begun.

When I look at the stats and notice how many views by the day-week-month, another new subscriber, new tweetmates, a new person liking the fan page, it’s an additional energy boost needed for me to keep stepping it up for my readers. Especially when I receive messages of how someone has stumbled across and likes/loves my blog enough to bookmark it and share the link with their friends and colleagues. It all brings great joy and MORE excitement to explore new ideas to publish.

Hahom / Bo’matum for inspiring to not give up and to continue with one of the things that I am passionate about.

Hahom / Bo’matum to the loyal subscribers and/or visitors. I am appreciative for everyone taking a minute of their day, afternoon or evening to read what I publish.

Hahom / Bo’matum for leaving comments, liking a post and/or taking the time to engage. It helps to know what the readers are excited about too.

Hahom / Bo’matum for being patient while I go through a “trial ‘n’ error” process and grow to become better as a creative professional.

In advance, I would like to say to Jennine Jacob and the IFB TEAM… Hahom / Bo’matum. 😉

Also, Hahom / Bo’matum for allowing me to represent this “best friend” aesthetic throughout the blog.

In return I will always be grateful and loyal to ALL of YOU by staying true to who I AM, continuing to sharpen my skills, going as far as I can with my creativity, but most importantly open to new ideas from my readers. With all that is out here to learn it only brings me that much closer to turning this into a successful luxury brand that will provide you quality content. I look forward to bringing all my dreams and yours too into fruition. I have great joy in producing/publish resourceful, engaging and entertaining content that will not only keep but also increase subscribers, build a larger network of social media buddies and attract future business collaborations (maybe partnerships one never knows).

Meister Eckhart once said “if the only prayer you say in your whole life is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” As I continue to learn, grow and create, I hope this post and future posts closing with my gratitude to everyone will suffice.

Pheew, did that sound like an acceptance speech for an award or what? LMAO!!! No seriously, from the heart…

Hahom or Bo’matum!

*please note: Hahom or Bo’matum, translation:thank you” (among the Taíno people of the Caribbean.)
This post has been inspired by another IFB Project.

11 thoughts on “Hahom or Bo’matum (Thank You)

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