A Big Shout-Out of Gratitude

Wow. I’m overwhelmed. For real.

Today, I just want to bow my thanks to you people. It has not even been a month since I started writing on here. I started this blog exactly 3 weeks ago; I couldn’t have imagined that I would reach so many people and come across so much constructive and useful feedback, opinions, and ideas.

During my first days here, I was not so sure whether I would reach anyone at all. There was hardly any traffic, let alone any followers. However, I thought to myself: why should anyone visit your blog anyway, if there’s almost nothing to see here? So instead of caving into the initial disillusion, I boldly decided to keep writing and add value to my blog. As I published further blog entries, it eventually happened.

While the entry on conquering fear didn’t attract so many people at first, things changed when I posted my discussion on the question whether Batman should kill the Joker. The traffic didn’t skyrocket by any means, but things got at least better and more promising. For the first time, I recorded over thirty visits during a single day. I was also awarded with my first followers. Impressive.

The essay on the ties between Man and Mother Nature also seemed to attract quite a few visitors. Meanwhile my first – almost 3k words long – post on fears suddenly became more popular. I was surprised, but in a positive way. However, when I began adding more creative photos, the hits skyrocketed; suddenly I had between 100 and 200 hits per day. I did not foresee this in any way. In addition to that, the essays on the movie Collateral and problems in modern communication received some valuable feedback, too.

These results together with your reactions are also reassuring in a way, as they confirm that there are, in fact, many smart people out there who are genuinely aware of the importance of the integrity of our ecosystems and also interested in the discussion of sustainability and related topics; there appears to be an appreciation for photography as well. The presence of this ecological sensibility makes me happy and believe that the endeavor to reach and connect as many people as possible to discuss these important issues – together – will come to fruition some day. I believe all of us will benefit from this dialog.

Overall, I’m rateful that you guys are so great. I will stick by my decision to keep sharing insights from my journey with you, hoping for the emergence of a nice communal relationship and exchange that is coined by both mutuality and constructiveness; I’m sure I can learn even more from you than you can learn from me. I’d like to invite you to keep accompanying me on my pilgrimage. With these words, I’d like to bring this entry to a close:

Long story made short:

Take care.


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