Re: The INTERNET and YOU
- bravo! well said!
--- In email@example.com, <worldgathering@...> wrote:
> Communication on the INTERNET
> Are your feelings and ideas being expressed
> on the Internet?
> Here are some questions and points about
> communication and expression on the Internet:
> 1) Do you think the Internet has helped more people
> express themselves?
> 2) Why often do less than 10% of the membership of
> discussion groups ever post a comment or post how
> they feel?
> 3) Do the less than 10% who post at groups express
> everything you would like to say about life on Earth?
> 4) Are you reluctant to post a message in case you
> are criticised?
> 5) Are you reluctant to post a message in case you
> are ignored?
> 6) Are you fed up without just about everything and
> do not want to say so?
> Why not post something now and get it off your chest?
> My experiences, both in life and on the Internet, have shown
> me that in many situations the majority of people may agree
> with someone but that person isn't made aware of that fact
> because the people who support that person are keeping quiet.
> Personally, I don't like pointless, small-minded criticism,
> and I find it hard when I appear to be ignored when I feel
> I have expressed something which seems useful and true,
> but I would rather be hurt and frustrated than to stop
> trying to say things I feel are important and significant.
> You see, it's not just a worldwide information breakthrough
> we need, or an end to chemtrails and the faked war on terror,
> we need quality of life too. And quality of life depends on
> the sensitive and caring having their voices and opinions
> If you don't speak up, your spot may be taken by someone
> who's more or less saying the same thing they have been
> saying for a long time. Take a dare. Take a chance.
> It is quite possible that many of the people who are
> saying 'the same old' would like to hear from you.
> To those who are tired of saying 'the same old' please
> encourage others who are reluctant to post to express
> what they feel about things.
> "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent
> about things that matter." - Martin Luther King, Jnr.
> "The most courageous act is still to think for
> yourself. Aloud." - Coco Chanel
> "Courage is the ability to go beyond the familiar."
> - Sitting Bull
> World Gathering For Truth