As many of you know, the reason I have made this blog is to talk about the major topics within politics and religion in a civilized manner. These are two topics which are very important in society (see my free report for deeper inquiry on this), and it is a shame that people will shy away from them as if they are the black plague.
So, I created a haven to talk about these important issues. Some posts have been better than others; some posts received a lot of attention while others go unnoticed. And my favorite, Sometimes people will comment.
I think that comments are the power behind the blog. I actually started the blog because of the opportunity to not only talk about what I love, but to talk with others about what I love. Which brings me to one of the downfalls with blogs… the “coward commenter”.
The coward commenter is someone who comes to this blog (or blogs in general), gets all fired up about something I have written, posts their thoughts (some more close minded than others unfortunately), and then never returns.
This doesn’t make sense to me.
Why bother posting if you don’t come back to see the reply. Ah Ha! In there lies the answer…these people DON’T WANT to see the reply because they are afraid they will be wrong or challenged. Oh how easy it is to type up a vicious reply to a post…”I’ll show him!” they think to themselves. Oh how cowardly (and quite entertaining).
I don’t doubt I’ll get more comments like that in the future. So, if you are thinking about leaving a comment, please do. Know that it is my intention to have back-and-forth conversation (where applicable). If you are a cowardly commenter, you can post your thoughts too, I do sometimes enjoy the easy victory in debate
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