I could never spell.
I don’t let the fact that I don’t spell well get in my way.
I sound out the word on sound at a time. Once the word is written down, I look at it. Then I Spell Check the word/s. If the word/s do not come up in the Spell Check I try to find another word that is close to what I meant and if I can’t I let the mistake go. I move on. I leave the flaw on the page. I don’t tear up the article and hold my head in shame and think, “Life is so hard.” I move on and leave behind something that is not perfect.
Perfection is the enemy of excellence. A pimple has gotten in my way of going out on a Saturday night and a messy kitchen has kept guests out of the kitchen, but spelling is an area that i have practiced letting go of perfection and knowing the glory of expressing my self and moving on
I have accepted I can not spell. I live with it, knowing it and move anyway. I don’t write with a sense of inferiority, instead I write with a desire to express my self knowing I don’t write well.
Where can you let go of having to get it perfect, and move anyway with your head held high and your pen at the ready?
Colby Wilk, Spiritual and Theta Healer, Heal Through Spirit, Seattle WA