What’s not going to be in my blog
Instagram suggests developing one main theme for the blog. I thought about it and came to the conclusion that it would be impossible to make a choice in favor of just one topic. I’m interested in almost everything from the origins of women’s coats to rocket science. That being said, the number of like-minded people in each sphere, whom I was fortunate enough to befriend and further expand my social circle, is rather uplifting.
I think now is the time to mention what’s not going to be in my blog.
1. Political discussions. Everything has to be done professionally. In order to broach a subject such as this one, I believe it is necessary to have a great wealth of knowledge at various levels. To dissever a phrase, someone’s opinion or belief from the context or history, then engage in its discussion is in my opinion a futile pursuit. If you want to really make a difference, you need to create a platform and run for office. Politics is a brilliant tool that wasn’t designed to unite people. I prefer topics that bring people together, instead of setting them apart.
2. Information about my personal life. Not because happiness loves silence. The emphasis here is on the word “personal”, in other words, that part of my life that I don’t want to make public.
There are countless different blogs concerning the relationship between a man and a woman. It’s my understanding that there’s no place for words of advice and moral arguments in someone’s personal life. The recipe for a happy relationship in each specific case is as elaborate and unique as a gene structure. The reality is that it’s not uncommon for a person (doesn’t matter if it’s a man or a woman) to wake up one morning, for example, when he (she) is 48 years old, get out of bed and realize that his (her) life is less than perfect; spent with the wrong person and not the way he (she) imagined it. To admit this even to yourself is all but impossible, given that you’ll have to shut the door on the major part of your life. And to think that this same person offered his advice to someone in the past. So what, he preached about something that he himself was no expert on? Many people are still (or not even close to) trying to figure out what they want, come to terms with their deep-seated emotional needs and get an insight into their true calling. What is suitable for one person can be decidedly contraindicated for another. One may ask for a pie on the table in the countryside, while another would prefer a hastily eaten croissant in Paris.
3. Advertising of low-quality goods and services, not for all the money in the world. The author of this blog is a reasonable, yet demanding client with excellent intuition, who is well aware of the most cut throat sales techniques that have been employed in various fields for a total of 15 years. I will only write about something that I am crazy about; something about which I am a hundred percent positive when I give my recommendations to other people.
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