Blogging, a way to communicate and connecting

Definition: Communicationthe act or process of using words, sounds, signs, or behaviors to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc., to someone else human communication nonverbal communication  Miriam Webster

Quote Your Blogging Friends;

Communication via blogging is just like having a conversation. It provides answers and questions our statements. It makes us think, to accept different point of view and sometimes it changes us from within.

I have used part of posts from some of my blogging friends who are always encouraging me in my writing. The communication I have with my blogging family is one of the main causes why I enjoying blogging so much. They have helped me improve my writing and encouraged me to write better.

Jeff of Develop. Inspire. Transform, on feeling overwhelmed;

It is very important to stop when overwhelmed. Stop what we are doing, and do something else. Sounds simple, and is quite simple. When we create the space to breathe, to do something different than we’ve been doing, we create a different response to our environment, and will get back a different reaction”

Jeff has a very inspiring blog where he shares his poetry and his wise words regarding life and how he works with his community. This is a part of his wrap-up post from January. He gives such sage advice about how to handle the feeling of overwhelm. Do check out his wonderful blog.

Patricia, of Patricia’s Place; on how she is changing the world;

“I try to be kind, unselfish, understanding, and helpful.
Hopefully, those things bring change to my little world”

Patricia is a kind-hearted blogger who is always generous with her praise. She is among the first bloggers I started to follow when I started my blog. I always find inspiration when I read her posts and poems.

Chris, of Luna’s on line, ;Like catching falling leaves;

Oh, we should relish
our happy golden years!
Savouring remembrances
like catching falling leaves
precious memorials
to time now past”

Chris Hall, a published author with many books to her name is such a generous person. Always kind, helpful, and encouraging. Her stories and poems are always excellent. She is busy with her writing, yet she always has time for her blogging friends.

Suzette, of Suzette B’s blog ; In the mirror

Image credit: sophie.nva / Twenty20

until the person 

in the mirror is a friend

self is a stranger

Suzette is a wonderful person and blogger. I think she has most often commented on my posts. She expresses her opinions, shares her ideas and is always positive and encouraging.

Written for; WQW # 5– Topic: Communication through blogging, hosted by Marsha

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73 thoughts on “Blogging, a way to communicate and connecting

  1. Oh my! How lovely of you to include me, Sadje. I’m truly touched by your very kind words. You are a very special blogging friend – always encouraging and supporting me! 🤗🤗🤗
    (I must pop over to Patricia’s Place – I know and enjoy both Suzette and Jeff)

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  2. This is such a cool post, Sadje. I don’t know any of your friends, so you have introduced me to some lovely-sounding people that I would have never met otherwise. WoW! I never saw this coming as a gift of friendship. Thank you so much!

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  3. Oh my goodness, I’m so touched to be included in your post with these wonderful bloggers. I’m also honored and humbled by what you’ve written about me. You’ve always been so supportive of me, and have helped me so much in my blogging journey. I am eternally grateful for you and your friendship. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Sadje. ❤️

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  4. Fabulous quotes and poetry that reveal how therapeutic blogging can be, if that is your intention as a blogger. As bloggers we give openly, throw our selves out to the world and most bloggers are kind-hearted, positive and generous with their responses. It is a community I have come to be – in a positive way – dependent on. It can feed my writer’s soul and encourage me when I need it most. Yet it asks so little in return! Thoroughly recommend it. Great logo to – btw

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  5. I enjoyed reading this post – it is quite true that sometimes the contents of the comments are also jump off or inspriational points. Thanks for sharing this.

    As we continue to respect each other we grow as indivituals, and as indivituals who respect ourselves we also grow.

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