Sunday, August 24, 2008

I noticed my Neo-Counter hit 100 countries today. I have been waiting for that, nice round number and it represents a lot of different thoughts. Many of the visits are people that just happen across my blog and have different interests and don't return. But there are others of you from countries around the globe that visit regularly and I just want to invite you to leave a simple comment if you enjoy a post. We all hesitate to comment: something weird about it; but just let me know if you find a particular post inspiring. I think all bloggers appreciate that, and we are all in this thing together.
Photo by Banhup Teh, Day Dreaming.


Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Fred!

What you said in this post is absolutely correct.

My hearty congratulations to you for getting visitors from 100 countries! Fantastic!

Best wishes!

FCB said...

Thank you Joseph, and thanks for your comments. As you have made comments and we share each other's blogs, it has broadened my horizon and I appreciate it.
God bless,

Mel said...

I'm sorry I haven't commented on more of your posts, Fred, because I enjoy every single one. I guess I feel like if I comment on every post, then the comments might lose some of their value. So I try to comment on the ones that I find most especially valuable. I do hope that the many people out there who are hesitant to comment will be inspired by your post to leave feedback from time to time, because it really is such a blessing to the author. :)

FCB said...

Hi Mel, commenting on blogs needs its own etiquette book :) How much is too much, too little, yikes, no spell check; funny.
I think such a public forum makes us a bit uneasy. My! what would people say if I posted something less than profound! Homo sapiens are a self-concsience lot. It is very nice to have comments, but I try and post from authors that have stood the test of time and my hope is it creates a thirst for a broader Christian and human experience. Some of the quotes are difficult to read, but I tackle them much like I would a riddle, I know there's a lesson there, I just have to find it. Beats crossword puzzles :)
Many blessings to you.