Sunday, January 03, 2010

Blogging, like most things, doesn't necessarily
give the impression you think you're giving.
For me, it's not how many comments I
receive, more like maybe meeting others
from somewhere else to exchange thoughts
and ideas. At least, that was what I thought
blogging was about, and to connect elsewhere
in the World also.


Anonymous said...

I am the inner me, yes. He tends to make ya stop and really think, doesn't he? goin' back for more :)

Anonymous said...

Oh man! I should have listened to the first one first! Whoa( grinning )!!

Tom said...

Good stuff. Funny how far around the world blogging can take you...or just around the block.

Crazy Ass Beastard said...

I have found that it is helpful to like the inner you. Especially if no one else does (or cares).

Two shots of the finest for that post. I'm pretty sure that I wouldn't have heard of him if you hadn't posted this.

ratatouille's archives said...

Hi! C.M.,
...Thanks, for sharing!
The comics is funny too!

DeeDee ;-D

Tess Kincaid said...

I'm glad I met you in the blogosphere this past year, Mr. Coffee.

Megan said...

That's one of the things blogging is about, yes. A big thing! Maybe the biggest. But there are other aspects as well. As my brother commented once at my place, "you are willing to blog about things that you would NEVER talk about."

So many of the people I interact with regularly (work, neighbors, other parents at the school, even some of my own family) are wonderful folks, but just not on my wavelength. Blogger connects me with people who are.

Sorry to ramble on. Maybe I should go write a post... :)

Nicholas Garcia (Nick) said...

Very cool clips.I remember the mid to late 60's. All over the country, maybe the world christian coffee houses were becoming popular.People would gather at any number of the bible, worship,or just a rap session.young people by the hundreds and more came into a relationship with God and one another.

What made it such a phenomina it was reaching and drawing in the young people the fundemental churches were turning away. And above all something was happening. It was a very powerful time in the spiritual world,,,,

Coffee Messiah said...

subT: Although not a religious person, the message I've found to be enlightening!

tom: Amazing, eh?!

simstone: Thanks for taking a listen.

dd: Thanks for stopping by.

willow: Same here, although I don't get around enough to leave a comment always.

megan: That's our reason. Like minded out here are hiding, just as we are.

nikg: Thanks for stopping by. From what I've heard, while in Viet Nam, it was so isolated and lonely, the messages he put out there were welcomed. Not sure if it changed any minds, but sure some were.

P11 said...

I agree.

Coffee Messiah said...

cafeP: Thanks!