Memberful Transformed "Silas Wrote It" From a Budding Blog Into a Bountiful Business!
Hi there! My name is Dream Silas. I am the face, voice, and creator behind the Silas Wrote It blog. It is there that I blog about my own cultivated perspectives and beautiful epiphanies. The topics surround love, faith, connection, and nature. It's a wonderful pastime. One that I couldn't stop doing even if I attempted. There's just too much passion behind it. It's like an impulse. A perpetual itch.
To Which I Am Reminded
I called him “the Cap” Because he was a captain. Except the ship he was in command of was metaphorically imaginary. A metaphysical promise between us two.
- Third Place in Zen Playlist Challenge
In a Tizzy? Well, I’ve Got Some Tunes to Soothe You: Americana Edition
Pardon me, but I think it's a little unusual (rude) to leave Americana out of the conversation when we're talking about "zen" or soothing music. Personally, it's my go-to genre when I need any kind of comforting or encouragement. Whenever I find myself in a rut, I'll play one of my favorite Americana tunes and like magic, I find my way back to center with a renewed sense of purpose and steadfast motivation.
If "A Walk to Remember" Restored Your Faith in Romance Then, Boy, Do I Have Something For You!
It's an easy, restful Sunday afternoon. You don't have any plans or commitments and the day seems slow but promising. You find yourself contemplating how you'll spend the rest of your free time.
Cleaning the Basement of My Mind to Enjoy the Spring of My Life
I feel held back. Not by anyone or anything per se but by my own stifling memories housed in the basement of my mind. And in the spirit of spring, the season of lovely, new experiences, fresh beginnings, and great shifts in perspectives, I felt that it was only appropriate to begin to clean the memories that have kept me in a perpetual bind.
Show Me The True Difference... If You Can
My tweed and leather Mary Janes took turns hitting the New York City pavement. The sound of daily hustle and bustle and fast living New Yorkers filled my ears.
7 Fun Ways to Learn Japanese
We are all used to the boring ways on how to learn and study a language. From working through textbooks, doing endless pages in workbooks, embarrassing yourself in front of native speakers, or beating yourself over the head with grammar points.
The Medium Through Which I Saw Her
I don't recall truly how I began. At some point, I just was. There became such thing as 'me' and 'I' in an explosion of awareness of myself and my beingness. But this grand awareness happened because I was noticed by her. She was quite small compared to me and she had no trouble moving. I, on the other hand, could only be put in motion when I'd politely ask the warm breeze to move me. And even then, my draping leaves would be the only thing moving and the greater part of me remained motionless.