My reason for absence

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I haven’t been on here on a long time, and its partly because as soon as I set any sort of schedule or routine to something creative it becomes a chore. And that’s annoying because a blog, especially such a laid back blog, should never be deemed laborious. That’s one reason. The other is that I’ve finished college and I’ve stopped having daily philosophy classes and discussions and my mind has been extracted somewhat from the realm of philosophy in general. That isn’t to say entirely because I believe I am internally philosophical somewhat. In no pretentious way at all. At all. Because, I think most people are.

So where am I going with this.. well I suppose that I want to inform everyone that in the near future (an annoying phrase I know!) I aim to vamp this blog up and make it something I am proud of. This is a selfish blog. I write about my feelings, my thoughts, opinions and I do it to a small percentage in the hope of validating these thoughts by hopefully receiving some sort of feedback. I also want to connect to people who share similar views. So indeed this blog will hopefully become far more interactive.

I know when I go onto a blog site, such as this one I split my time 60:40; being others blogs (60) and mine (40). So to maximise my enjoyment of this site I would absolutely love to have some sort of interaction with the blogs that are so glorious and so articulately written that they steal my mind for a few moments and fill it with meticulously thought out thoughts.. that belonged originally to another human.

4 thoughts on “My reason for absence

    makagutu said:
    September 9, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    Will be visiting regularly

    Mental Pixelation said:
    September 9, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    Thankyou! That means a lot. I hope you enjoy it.

    davidprosser said:
    September 10, 2014 at 6:55 am

    Thank you for following my blog ( a strange choice of the two I have I thought)..Your own blog shouldn’t be laborious so maybe now you no longer have the philosophical discussions in class you can have them here and the interaction with others will stimulate enough for it to seem worthwhile writing on a more regular basis.I’m now following you to see…

    Russel Ray Photos said:
    October 25, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    There are many things in life that seem laborious. Some must be done regularly (paying the bills). Others don’t have to be done at all (blogging).

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