V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #38: What’s In a Name?

As I type up each week’s summary, creating links to various blogs, I am struck by how different blog names are, and compelled to ask: what’s in a name? Specifically, your blog name.

Mine, One Woman’s Quest, comes from a lifetime of searching for knowledge, understanding, and deeper connection. Left mostly to my own devices, I learned early to turn to a higher power and ask questions. I understood that God answers through signs, omens, and messengers, and that it was up to me to decode the response. I never once doubted a divine presence, and I felt compelled to find a path that aligned me with that greater will.

My quests have led me to higher education, and to study esoteric schools of thought. I have travelled many different paths, often non-traditional, and gathered a wealth of experience.

And still, I quest. A statement that no doubt will carry me to my grave.

So now you know.

What’s in your blog’s name?

(Note: even if there is no deep, hidden meaning, I challenge you to make one up – surprise us all.)

If you are new here, please join in. Just create a post in response to the challenge, and link it up to this one.

Look forward to your responses.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

59 thoughts on “V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #38: What’s In a Name?

  1. Thank you for this challenge V.J. I very much enjoyed writing this weeks post, there was so much more I could have put in it, but that would have strayed too far away from the topic, so I will save it all for other posts.

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  2. No doubt that you were guided to the chose this name for your blog V.J. I is perfectly aligned with your life’s quest
    for understand and meaning. That is a profound name, it can somewhat be a reminder to you, every day, as you as you come to your blog.

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