I’ve been out of circulation on the Blogosphere for a while, I thought it best to reintroduce myself to those who may have forgotten me.
Blog hopping can seem a bit vacant and lacking genuine interest or concern for your fellow Bloggers efforts, especially when they have penned the work themselves.
However, I try my best to avoid flippancy and shallowness in responding, in a hope to convey my sincere interest.
When I visit a Blog I try to find something coming from the owner, something which interests me enough to put my fingers to the keyboard.
Thankfully, most of the Blog posts in my network are easy to comment on, due to their interesting depth and variety.
I’m not unique, like others, I tend to avoid commenting if I’m not interested in a post.
However, unlike some readers, differences of opinion do not bother me, I will readily voice my ‘different’ opinion, if aroused by the subject matter.
Of late, I have tried my best not to use the ‘Like’ button on WordPress Blog posts, as I feel that WordPress is the arena for the written response, conveying our likes or dislikes within our response.
I do have a Face book account and a Facebook page and I tend to use the like button where it’s more suited…on Facebook.
OK, I know it’s been a while since I’ve been around the Blogs but what has happened with some of the WordPress settings?
I have tried to leave comments on a couple of Blogs and I’ve noticed that I’m sent on a loop which asks me for my WordPress login details but does not show that the comment has been accepted…very confusing.
Anyone have any ideas?
The saying, ‘if you want different results, you need to do things differently’…is often on my mind.
I now have a new focus, a new logo, new banners, a new schedule and hopefully a new book in the first quarter of the New Year.
I obviously have to pace myself but hopefully I can build up some consistent momentum and publish some thought provoking, worthy of comment, Blog posts along the way.
If you have a Blog, my new visiting day will be Mondays…enjoy the rest of your week.
How do these images make you feel?
Do they make you feel uncomfortable, angry, threatened or maybe even repulsed?
As we are all part of one race…the ‘human race’, it’s nonsensical to call someone a racist.
However, if you hold any negative thoughts or opinions about the types of ethnically diverse relationships shown, you could be considered xenophobic or prejudice.
We all have the right to exercise choice, if it’s only our ‘preference’ to date and marry within our own ethnicity or colour, that’s a choice.
However, if we only date and marry within our own ethnic group or colour, at the denigration of people from other ethnic groups or colours, that’s prejudice.
In saying that…those who ‘only’ date or look to marry people outside of their ethnic group or colour also display a dislike or loathing, against, none other, than themselves.
They also have deep-rooted issues which may only be helped by visits to a specialist.
Men and women being drawn together, is one of life’s most natural occurrences, irrespective of colour or ethnic background.
The urge to procreate and bring about new generations, is in the majority of us.
Relationships and marriages, irrespective of colour or ethnicity, can survive and flourish if the individuals share the same, ideals, beliefs and values.