As much as I appreciate all of the wonderful comments people madeÂ about me awhile back, I’m a little disappointed that no comments appeared fromÂ readers who have never actuallyÂ met me. You still can, of courseÂ (hint, hint).
Anyway, that got me wondering…how do you perceive this site? If you don’t know me, how did you find it and why do you come here? If you do know me, would you come here if I wasn’t a friend?
Do my constant attempts at being positive and uplifting get boring or annoying? Does my take on reality ring true? Or am I just another nut with a Web site? Am I generally amusing, or amusingly generic?
An inquiring mind wants to know.
After last week’s scatterthought, you might think I’m simply looking for an ego boost, even though I’m inviting people to make negative comments if that’s what they feel. But that’s not the case. If there’s anything you can say about me, it’s this:
I crave feedback.
I don’t live according to other people’s expectations, butÂ I can’t do whatever I want without caring about how it’s perceived by others. There are too many people in this world who don’t balance these aspects. They’re slaves to public perception (the basis for peer pressure) or they’re rebels without causes (or, at least, goodÂ reasons).
We might think we’re doing good in this world, but the only way we can really know is through feedback.
After all, we all know at least one person whose perception of reality is, umm, far from realistic. And we’ve each got some of that inside of us.
So, once again:Â fire away. I’m curious.