Monday, February 8, 2016

The Hobbit 30 Day Challenge: Day 14

Let's do a happy dance because I've been posting for two whole weeks! *happy dance commences* I almost didn't make it on Saturday but thank the Valar I was able to maintain my streak!

Prepare for a heartwarming/sappy/rambling post...
The Hobbit has taught me that even thought I feel small in this world, I can still make it a better place. And even though I may not affect the whole world, I can still affect one person's life.



And that's good enough for me. It's all I need. Hopefully I can do that through my blog(s). Give someone a dream that they can do so much more than people say they can.

It has also taught me how to go out of my comfort zone to help others in their journey. To give someone hope... or courage... or even just a chance to find their true selves. You don't have to help homeless dwarves reclaim their home, like I did...

And that small everyday deeds done with love is enough to keep the darkness away. So don't forget to do everything with love ;)

There are so many wonderful things to learn from The Hobbit.

What did you learn from it? Have you put The Hobbit into your daily life?

4 comments:

  1. I learned you should never laugh and live dragons ;)
    No but seriously, I agree with you. It taught me the value of going out of your comfort zone...leaving your hobbit hole and going on adventures every once in a while. But more than that, it taught me to appreciate my "hobbit hole" and the goodness of a good cup of tea.

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    1. Haha! I get it! :D

      Aw... I love my Hobbit hole! And tea!

      Are you back from your vacation? How was/is it so far?

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    2. Oh yes, I've been back for a week now--just a quick trip to the beach :)
      It was really great, thanks for asking! My nephews were able to come and they are always such a joy. I had a lot of nice reading time on the beach which I can never get enough of, haha.

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    3. Ohhh... What a nice little getaway!

      Awesome! Haha yeah, you can never have enough reading on the beach XD

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