Hi folks the Lord has sent me on a new task so this will be my final post to Images by Bil. I recently started a new blog Bill Somogyi Traveling in a Wheelchair on blogger. For the past two years while I've handled the loss of the use of my legs easily, I struggled with God's purpose.
Recently God has revealed the plan. I have started a new blog (shown above) and registered the domain name: travelinginawheelchair.com My site will be pictures I take, paintings I do and and information on all the wonderful places accessible to people in a wheelchair.
I plan on dwelling on the positives and ignoring the negatives of traveling in a wheelchair. There will be no negative reviews or complaints about where I can't go because there are so many places I can go. God has given us this wonderful gift called life and it is my hope I can show folks in a wheelchair it's still there for us to enjoy.
My motto is: "With a little patience the world is more accessible than you think!"
Please stop by and follow me if you want and pass it on if you know someone who is wheelchair bound.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Oh what a wonderful day. I finished the challenge and this song has been in my mind all day. I'd like to thank the folks who started the challenge and also say "Job Well Done to all those who completed it. For me there were a few days when it was tougher than others but all in all it was fun and I always found the energy to get it done.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Yes you! You wrote a play, wrote a book or maybe painted a picture or took a photograph and the question for me is what have I learned about you. Too often we worry about anticipating our audience’s reaction or acceptance to the work we are creating that we wind up ignoring the most critical component. You!
Working on a personal project, no matter what it is, succeeds when you put you into it. Don’t forget, you have the unique perspective of fear and love for the subject that cannot be reproduced by anybody but you. By harnessing your feelings and injecting them into your work we see something from a different vantage point then what we are accustomed to.