Tuesday, March 10, 2009

comment gone good

I just wrote a comment on a wonderful post:one dream from dcrelief.
Thought that this would qualify as a post in itself.

It's so amazing to see how words from total strangers have the power to heal and give courage.

There is no reason which I can think of as to why it is so.I just know that it's a wonderful feeling.

On second thought we all are not strangers after all.We just haven't 'met' each other the way world means it.

But then again who cares?Some of the best people I know are the ones who visit my blog and ones whose blogs I visit.


klahanie said...

Greetings Desperado,
I have read dcrelief's latest thought provoking blog and totally concur with the comment that you left.
It is all about positive interaction. I am honoured to be involved in what we have been calling an 'empathetic community' of bloggers. Through this positive interaction, we can truly help each other and help ourselves.
Thank you for this blog and thank you very much for your comment on my blog.
I send you positive wishes, be strong, Gary:-)


thanks man.
I'm not ready to accept love and kindness from people around me.I will feel too weak in front of them.It's an ego thing.

But internet gives me the power to be shameless and weak and hence I can receive all the positive energy you guys have to offer.

I'm blessed because of this.

klahanie said...

Hi Desperado,
You are most welcome.
I am a recluse, a somewhat reluctant recluse. Since I went back to a hermit-like state, I have been having loads of interaction through our blogs.
Now, if only I could handle the '3D' world a bit better.
Take care and may you grow in strength.

dcrelief said...

It is very nice of you to share my zany blog. A wonderful comment from you. And I like the picture!!
See you another time, in peace, Dixie

Paul Maurice Martin said...

I know what you mean. There are people I've known only online who I feel I know better than plenty of people I've known, say, from work.

"I walk the lonely roads,the only one that I've ever known."