Yes, this blog just reached 29,000 comments today, February 29, 2016.
Now that’s not the kind of thing that happens every day. 😉
Happy Leap Year to us, as we help humanity to make (what for years I have privately called) The Great Leap.
Thanks to all you Blog-Buddies who create such a kind, curious, intelligent community at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”
Today is a day of gratitude for this Founder of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES).
Might I suggest?
Read Some of Those 29,000 Comments
Look, I know that comments on blogs can be downright revolting.
But I spend a fair amount of time monitoring this blog to make it a quality experience.
You won’t find nasty comments.
You won’t find long rants.
Instead you’ll find thoughtful comments, by people like you.
Comments here are also SHORT.
As the blog monitor, I reserve the right to take comments that are too long and chunk ’em up into smaller comments that are more readable. I’ll change nothing else about words or punctuation or anything else.
29,000 Comments and Counting
Many of you relish those comments. And you’re right. They may be the best part of this blog!
- You might start with our 15 most popular posts. They became popular because they have had more conversation than any other articles.
- Another great choice is the HOT TOPICS. You’ll find them on the ribbon towards the top of this screen. Each of those articles gives you some of the best articles that you can find on our blog’s group of specialities related to “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”
- Or you could go over to the left-most column and click on the subject of greatest interest to you.
Read the main article and then scoot right down to those comments.
29,000 Comments Because This Blog Is Educational
Folks have so many reasons for writing blogs.
My main motivation is educational.
Also, I would like for this blog to serve as a historical record.
We’re living at an amazing time, the start of The Age of Awakening.
Life is changing in so many ways. This blog celebrates that.
Thank you so much for joining in the celebration, the conversation.