“All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.”
I have been reading and re-reading the comments to The Change Equation: The Beginning. My deepest thanks goes to all those in our brilliant and discerning blogger community who joined the dialogue. Your humour, joy and wisdom have added so much to this discussion and to my personal understanding. It appears that the change equation will have a series of iterations.
Clanmother has been nominated for the celebrated The Addictive Blog Award by Maarit-Johanna and her addictive blog, History of the Ancient World. I am honoured to accept the nomination because, in my view, our blogging community is about being “addicted” to bringing our world together. We may be separated by oceans, continents and mountains, but in “blogging” miles, the distance is small, even irrelevant. Conversely, our world of thought and connection is ever-increasing. Henry David Thoreau understood this concept years before the advent of our amazing technology:
“Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes and longitudes.”
Clanmother has been nominated for the prestigious Very Inspiring Blogger Award by Maarit-Johanna and her thought-provoking blog, History of the Ancient World. I am honoured to accept the nomination because, in my view, our blogging community is all about inspiration. Blogging has become a way in which to network and share across the world. John Donne eloquently captured this idea when he wrote:
“No man is an Island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent…
The best part about receiving a nomination is discovering others in the blogger community. Maarit-Johanna inspires readers to embrace and integrate the knowledge and wisdom of the past so that they can participate in the dialogue of history.
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