Without question, Donna Smaldone, of The You Evolution, and I are on the same wavelength, when it comes to how we look at life in general and some of the subjects we write about on our respective blogs.
But, last week, I was impressed with a post Donna wrote that, in so few words, said so much. Not only that, but, as I read it, I knew I had to share her thoughts with you, because I think you'll appreciate them as I did.
In her post titled "The Question that Does Not Discriminate," Donna doesn't shy away from writing about the key question at the core of all our lives: Why am I here? But, at the same time as she offers an answer (the answer?), she also goes deeper, providing insight and perspective, and touching on one of my favorite subjects (and one I write about from time to time myself)--that of self-worth.
Donna's post had me wishing she'd written it for my blog; I would have been only too happy to feature it alongside a guest post she wrote for me in late September called "You Were Born to Love." But I'm just grateful she wrote it at all, because it confirms what I also know to be true, and what I believe all of us know in our hearts is true.
I sincerely hope you'll take a look at "The Question that Does Not Discriminate" by clicking here.
(To read Donna's guest post for "This Gay Relationship," please click here.)