Monday, July 11, 2005

blogging correctly?

it just occured to me, that I am not sure I am blogging correctly.

I mean I think I get it, I have seen some helpful suggestions posted on other blogs.

leave spaces for points, don't take too much time in between blogs, don't be serious all the tim etc etc

but really am I blogging correctly

blogs from one angle can seem real selfish. I mean its tough for it not to, there is onlyone opinion and its the bloggers thereselve's

I'm thinkin it is all about a human desire for significance.

a desire for something bigger than your self and something that theorettically could last after you are gone.

that is pretty cool. I mean there are alot of things that points to intelligent design but I mean what about everyone wanting to have an impact on this world as if they are going to another.

so I guess the question really is am I blogging to really make a difference and is the difference lining up with my life's purpose? or is it a choreographed dance on the football field 10 yards from my teamates?

just asking questions


If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world." -- C.S. Lewis


Gary Lamb said...

I have no idea what you are talking about. :) Blog because you enjoy it, because it is an outlet, because it allows you to help others by sharing your experiences and blog because the rest of the staff is doing it and we will make fun of you if you don't. :)

Preston Porter said...

oh...oh yeah. thanks for clearing that up boss.

btw anyone reading this needs to check out Gary's latest accessorie craze

its awesome


Kevin said...

Blogging can be so many different things. Sometimes it helps you think through a thought you have had or a question you ponder. It can reaffirm something for you. It can be something that makes someone smile who is having a tough day. It can be something that people find thought provoking. It can just be something that is for you. Basically it is super rad and everyone should have one. One suggestion from someone who makes mistakes all the time: Use spell-check if you got it. It helps out a ton.

Preston Porter said...

yeah I thought I did but evidently I didnt