2 Years Blogging!

I’m truly grateful for getting the chance to know some of the bloggers out there in the world of WordPress. Although most of you are authors wishing to publish their work, the reason I use WordPress is quite different I suppose. Unfortunately, I believe I’m not quite skilled at writing. I think my writing skills need a major make over, if I am to seek making a living out of it. So for me, I think it’s best if I kept it as a hobby, or a way to document my life’s most interesting moments and ideas.

I have to say I was introduced to some of the most interesting people out here in the writing and blogging world. It is very rare, or close to never, when you get to see hateful comments or posts around here. Everyone is just chilling, doing what he/she does best, without any discrimination of any kind. That’s the best pro I guess, about this community. All the people I got to know so far, are completely mentally mature and warmhearted, regardless to their age.

I cannot believe that it’s been 2 years already. Maybe it has to do with the fact that when I started this blog, I was searching for a job, and the search is still ongoing. Maybe because the time you enjoy passes very rapidly, and I honestly enjoy the time spent here. Or maybe I simply lost perception of time, without the need of further complicated explanations.

Some of the bloggers that I’ve known have touched me greatly, and have changed the way I see almost everything. I wanted to mention some, but I thought it would be better to just leave it open, and see if you can guess who I’m talking about.

I was introduced to writing as a form of meditation and recovery. I was motivated to work on my own shortcomings, and help others do the same. I’ve seen how a mother could work her ass off, not literally, to help raise her children. I’ve learned to love dinosaurs, and have seen how they could be an incredible inspiration for a blog. I’ve learned the differences between Liches, Elves, and zombies, known where they are, and made sure to never cross their paths. And I’ve learned how a modern cow is as a modern cow does. But more importantly, I’ve seen the essence of unconditional love, and how it drives us all towards a more meaningful, and humane way of life.

Thank you all for the lovely environment you’ve created, seriously, you’ve done a great job. Keep up the magnificent work :)