At the second anniversary for Liberated Way, a focus on prosperity through sustainability.
This blog recently marked its second anniversary. Over the two years of writing on this blog I feel thrilled with my association with over 1000 WordPress bloggers who have helped make this blog what it is. I have benefited from reading fellow blogger posts, and I strive to continue to evolve this Liberated Way to stay relevant to my personal outlooks and that of my readers.
Quality over Quantity
Formerly I have attempted one post a day, but in doing so I struggle to maintain my quality. Creativity flows of its own accord, never forced, thus it is better for me to let creativity dictate when I write, since if I force my writing the quality and impact of my writing suffers. I have been increasingly dependent upon nature to inspire me, and so I write at the pace that nature dictates. My posts will most likely be every few days, unless I have a creative rush and you will see one-post-a-day cycles.
My Three Influences
For this blog I have three main influences. The first is nature, which through my active day-to-day interactions provides me with the bulk of inspiration. The second are the natural philosophers of the past: the individuals such as Heraclitus, Aristotle and Leonardo da Vinci; or the animistic people, such as the Celts, Basque and Australian Aborigines. The natural philosophers, like I, build their philosophy on what they observe, experience and demonstrate in nature. Finally, human psychology is my third influence, the human mind has developed under natures influence, and provides insights in why we act the way we do.
I am going to sharpen the focus of this blog upon prosperity through sustainability, using as my inspiration nature, natural philosophy and human psychology. Prosperity is happiness, health and abundance. My new definition for sustainability is action in harmony with nature; if we act against nature I consider the opposite of prosperity will result: ruin; despair; poverty. Regardless of anything else if we fail to connect with nature our doom is self-destruction.