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The journey is never easy.

What we say and how we post our sentiment here on EC can often be misinterpreted by others from different beliefs and cultures.

To me, "It's always good".., A healthy respect for learners and non native speakers is a prerequisite when considering what's posted.

If Noas wishes to post a travelogue of her visit to Australia, if Mickey writes about "The Captain", if Shaw chooses to share his creative paintings..etc...etc..

Please, give them the creative freedom to do so. This site depends upon it.

"Friends come easy. True heart and creativity take a lifetime to master".

No one ever said this language was simple. Understanding it's sentiment is often difficult through texted messages. Dimas knows what I'm saying.

Please, be kind and respect the lives of others. A little love and admiration go well beyond your own ego.

You'll never know what's missed until you open your own eyes and decide to see things from a different prospective.

 

Consider your landing point before pressing "send"..Hopefully, the wind is blowing in your face upon impact.

The best of us here on EC unite and support one another. To me, that's what this site is all about.:)

P.S..."I look forward to your angry letters. A little lead in the pencil always takes priority over prevailing wind direction".

Keep writing my friends and never give up. All of you are have a voice here. Please, tune those ears wisely when receiving a heart felt message. The very best of us know how to land firmly on two feet.

 

 

 

 

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Comment by MARY on January 17, 2014 at 14:33

Niiice... Great inspirational blog post :)

Yeah, it's good to be understanding and look at things in different perspectives. You never know the things you would learn if you do that.

"I look at the world through the wrong end of a telescope" ~Dr. Seuss

Comment by Shah on January 16, 2014 at 8:33

 Thank you so much Eric for such a nice and wonderful post.

Comment by WMR on January 15, 2014 at 8:54

mmm Has aslpls written only one travelogue? :-O

Having read this blog, I'm inspired to write one too. Promise to read it and comment on it. I promise that I'll try to write a short blog in return.

Comment by bet on January 15, 2014 at 6:55

owao....what a writing....it is too encouraging... i hope i will never give up, thanks.


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Comment by noaslpls on January 15, 2014 at 1:11

Hmmm .. did I write a travelogue? LOL. 

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