I am in a mood to write this morning. I know what you’re thinking. Oh, no, not her blathering away yet again, but yes, it’s moi, blathering away yet again. I’m Irish! I was born this way. I like to talk but I really like to write. At least this way, my point is never interrupted except by myself. I’d love if you’d leave me some comments about what you’re thinking about when you’ve read this post as well. I love reading comments. They tell me several things. First, they tell me that I’m not just writing to hear myself think. Second, they tell me if you’ve actually enjoyed what you’ve read. Third, they tell me that people actually are out there in cyberspace and I’ve actually created some really cool connections this way all over the world.
Making connections with people is wonderful. We are human and as human beings, we need connection. Even introverts need to have human contact despite what some people might think. They just don’t crave the “in your face” kind of attention that some extroverts do. I’m the kind of person that likes personal connections with people. I like to know who they are, what makes them tick, where they are from, what are similarities there are between us as well as differences. It’s the similarities that we crave.
I don’t know about anyone else, but I could hypothesize that people make friends due to certain similar interests. The more interests one has, the wider their social circle is. Makes sense, doesn’t it? If a person is an extreme introvert who never leaves the house, they aren’t going to have much connection with people outside except now, with the aid of computers and other technology, they can connect. It’s nice. For me, personally, I have many friends and acquaintances in real life and I’m creating more acquaintances through blogging. I never would have imagined this 30 years ago. I enjoy so much meeting people this way all over the world!
I really hope that this short little snippet of random blathering gives you something to think about. Just think about those friendships you have and how you have achieved those friendships. Treasure your family and friends. My mom always told me to show me the man’s friends and I’ll tell you who the man is. This means that you can see what the man is all about by looking at his friends. Mom always had the best advice. Write to me and tell me your thoughts. As I say, I love to read your comments. It helps us connect and makes this life of ours more personal. Isn’t that why we do what we do? I know it’s one of the reasons I do what I do everyday. Have a lovely and blessed day today!