2 thoughts on “Why We Blog – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. What we do on our blogs is somewhat like what we do with our lives. Each of us is given one day at a time. What we do with this gift is written as one page in our book of life. Flip back through the last few pages of your life. Is it interesting? Tomorrow you’ll “write” another page. Unlike blogging, you will not be able to edit or prepost, but setting goals and some time management might help.

  2. Good post, be interesting as you say to get some dialogue going over this and reach a, or many, conclusions.

    One aspect which I will want to elaborate on one day in fuller form happened to me recently. Met a girl while on holiday, had a romance and then we parted ways thinking never to hear from each other again. I blogged my experiences in detail and actually got quite a response from various readers. A few days later, I got an email from her. I sent her the blog link and at first she was quite fine with it. Then a few of her friends read it and reacted just like you said above. “It’s weird”. This, her friends, influenced her thinking and she started having doubts on the matter. I pulled the posts down. Strangely enough a few days later she said she was sad to see them down, that she actually liked them and it was just her friends that had reacted badly. I will put them back up eventually as she wants that, but first we are figuring out what we mean to each other.

    It is just interesting to see the influence of the blog on our growing relationship. She actually reads it everyday to understand me better. Her friends still think it is weird. 😀

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