Discovering Wind

amazing how inspiration is most of the time embedded in the last places at the oddest times one can fathom. At this precise moment I feel compelled to share this with you my family of the arts and many more o whom the message can possibly reach. Also, hoping to cease the moment to thank all my followers and those of you who have liked, reblogged, commented. These does not go unnoticed but become the encouragement I have needed to push forward with my quest for being an author despite the challenges that be at times.

Discovering Ministry


One of the most influential forces on Earth is wind. Wind opens up worlds of endless possibilities. When the first exploratory boats were set in water, it was wind that allowed them to sail. When Meriweather Lewis, William Clark and the Corps. of Discovery became the first Americans to cross North America in 1806, it was wind that aided them by helping to push the Keel boat upstream to the Continental Divide. Wind puts forward legions of energy when captured by the arms of a windmill. When the Mayflower crossed the Great Ocean on its way to the New World, it was wind that got it there. Its wind that causes the beautiful, majestic rock formations in the American West. Its wind that allows navigation across the globe based on patters. It was wind that lifted Oliver and Wilber Wright off the ground, enabling the first human flights in Kitty…

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About ferwam

I am a passionate aspiring writer who is taking baby steps to realise her dream. Though like a baby, its given I will stumble and fall, I wish to stand up and continue with my journey and encourage you all to take part in this dream.
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