Who’s Logging What, Or Why Not?

August 31, 2011

In the effort to enact a balance between sharing thoughts on living, and living something about which to share my thoughts, I may not always live up to a common conception that blogging means logging very regularly or frequently.

I won’t feel guilty when I don’t post for a while, because when I’m too busy to post, I know that interesting things are happening, and so interesting posts will eventually follow.

I’m a serious blogger, not a lazy or forgetful one. This post is partly to let you know that I haven’t given up on posting, and that in fact several posts are in progress–I’m just too tired right now to think straight enough to finish any of them.

I have just completed a poem co-written with my mother, and a silly story co-written with my son. Both of these will be posted on my publisher’s website during the coming week. I’ll blog a link when they’re up.

In the mean time, YOU are also INVITED to write something with me–something which might be suitable to display on my publisher’s website as well. It could be fun! Just go to http://www.rifll.com/write.htm

I’ve also been enacting my idea that when working for the sake of others (whether for existing family and friends, or those yet un-met), one can not only get much strength from God, but also spend less time on sleep and fewer dollars on food (because one is too busy to eat so much). Consequently, heart-felt service to others (paid or unpaid) is by far both the best diet plan and best sleep aid.

…..NOTE: As in all else, proper balance is required, as too little sleep or food will render you unable to serve anyone. Too much sleep or food is a self-indulgent waste of resources, including yourself as a human resource.

I’ll see you again in a few days! 🙂

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One Response to “Who’s Logging What, Or Why Not?”

  1. Riley Nawda said

    Just a smiling visitant here to share the love (:, btw outstanding design. “Reading well is one of the great pleasures that solitude can afford you.” by Harold Bloom.

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