When it comes to writing, what is your greatest fear?
Identify it. Label it. Call it out. Acknowledge it.
And then take steps to move through it.
I know it's hard, because naming our fear sometimes seems to give it more power. Makes it bigger in our heads.
Not true. That's actually a lie.
Hiding from our fears, cowering from them, denying them, and not acknowledging them only imprisons us in a cell WITH them. We can scoot away for a bit, sure - out of sight, out of mind - but that only works for so long before they come rattling back over, chains a-clankin'.
No, instead of sharing a metal cot, we need to get out of the cell and leave the fears locked behind.
Whatever your writing related fear is today (or personal fear!) - be it fear of rejection, fear of failure, fear of change, fear of the unknown - label it. Give it to God, and ask Him to break the chains for you. There is victory ahead, because He is the ultimate key-keeper :)
He can unlock that cell door in a second. You just have to ask in faith, and move forward when the door swings open.
What's your fear today? Let's name them and starve their power! They're really not so big after all. Watch and see.