Part of me wishes I had more bloggin buddies, like before.
part of me is glad I got no bloggin buddies, becaues I just want to say what I want to say - I don't want to interact in here.
I'm way more interactive on twitter. On twitter, about half the time, I am responding to something I've seen.
On blogger, lately, anymore...ever since I opened this blog back up and started writing reams, I haven't really read other people's blogs much. Is it because I'm stuck too far up my own head? Or am I still in the process of self exploration, self discovery (nearly barfing at use of these phrases)....
Have I scared everybody off because of the crazy sickening pathetic 'woe is me' shit I was posting before I locked the blog down?
Have people lost interest in me and should I care?
I was tempted to go back and tag every recent post with tags that I think would get more 'readers' to my 'site.'
Bloggin has changed though - in relation to other social media - bloggin is awash in a flood of other types of social media.
Do people still comment on each other's blogs? ...and when they receive a comment, they go back to that commentor's blog and read and comment there? Famous famous blogs get comments, yeah, but us little league bloggers - do we care about each other anymore?
Blogger has created several different ways to 'follow' somebody. You can just go to a blog read a few words - or don't even read a few words - just hit 'follow' or 'join'
Writing about spiritual all this stuff feels wishy washy sometimes. Most of the time.
Writing about spiritual stuff is addictive.
Is spirituality for people who are too lazy to study philosophy?
Is philosophy for people who overthink everything and are afraid of their feelings?
Spirituality is a subject where it is possible to seek too much knowledge - various people in it even say so.