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The last time I posted, though it has been a while, I had mentioned the idea of narrowing the focus of the blog to be about meeting people. At the time, I wasn’t quite sure what I meant, but I liked the idea. I have had some more time to think about it, and this is a good focus for now.

One of my favorite books of all time is The Celestine Prophecy. For those of you who have not read it yet, what in hell are you waiting for?

The book contains a fairly engaging storyline while introducing many interesting and applicable concepts along the way. Along with introducing the concepts, the focus is on meeting and connecting with people who have a good deal in common. This seems like a great way to live life, and a great way for a blog to live too.

Upon finding Myself in somewhat of a pivotal point in life, I will try to make the most of it. I plan to use this as a new way of life. Activities are more rewarding (and a lot more fun) when someone is by your side, suffering along with you. You can learn from their mistakes, and they of course can learn from your successes and strive to be more like you. When you have a commitment to someone, the activity is more likely to be completed on time.

Connections with other people seem to be the most meaningful experiences in life – learning from another, teaching someone else. Each is beautiful and rewarding. We live in an age where the amount of people available to us at all times is immensely larger than ever, so we should use that to our advantage to better the world for our self and others. This is how I plan to view the world.


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