Who am I?
My name is Tarisai. I’m an aspiring award-winning director. My nickname is T-Sizzles and I love writing of all sorts. Screenwriting, poetry, journals you name it. I mostly love inspiring people and giving them the boost they need to make it through!
Having learned the importance of producing, I have grown to be organized to the best of my abilities. The very thought of putting together locations, props, actors and so on was something I believed was beyond me. Through that experience I have realized that I need to step out and not plant self-limiting and doubtful thoughts in the vineyard of my mind by the field of my heart. Seeing things that nobody else sees, is a principle I live by. How can one call forth those things that are not as though they were if the cannot see what appears (in the natural) to be something that is not there? (Romans 4:17)
Why does this blog exist?
I created this blog for one purpose and one purpose only: to impact lives the best way I can. It’s always nice being a source of encouragement. I have seen other people mention things from their personal lives, experiences, things they’ve learned-both on their own and from others-and through all that, they’ve managed to influence lives for the better, in one way or another. For me, my goal is to put all of that together! In the process have fun, enjoy everything I do and also learn as much as I can along the way!
Is that all this blog has to do with?
For the most part, yes! I would love to interact and discuss with others, learning from them the necessary things useful for passing on to more people and kind of create a chain-reaction! Much like being inspired by the way others inspire others, do the same and just keep the ball rolling. I look forward to receiving comments, emails and feedback. I truly believe life is to be enjoyed, and I’ve seen so many people both indirectly and directly do the opposite. My desire, therefore, is to bring motivation, a message, some moral support, just to say, “keep going. You’ve come this far. You can’t back out now. Think about how much progress you’ve made. You can do it! Go all the way!”