Expressing gratitude after hitting two milestones
A few days ago, Being Human gained its six hundredth subscriber. I’m genuinely stunned. And after not writing a ‘Letter’ for a while now, I thought I would take this opportunity to connect directly with those of you who have chosen to follow my publication to express my gratitude.
I’m genuinely thankful for your interest in my writing. Being Human is an experiment on many levels; it’s where I’ve live out my commitment to writing something every day. I recently posted my one hundredth post which felt like a huge milestone. And I couldn’t have done it without you.
I mean that. Without you taking the time to read, recommend, and add your comments, I don’t think I would be able to keep going. Much as I believe in writing for myself regardless of ‘audience’, I truly appreciate those of you who regularly read and interact with what I write. It is hugely motivational.
If you’ve not stopped by for a while—I know how busy we all get, and how much good writing there is out there to enjoy—I’d love to see you again soon. Here are a few recent posts you might enjoy:
- The allure of an affair
- What those with special needs can teach us about overcoming limitations
- Protecting our marriage with regular date nights
- Don’t read from just one news source
- How can you miss me — we’ve never even met?
- Don’t rely on rearranging circumstances in your pursuit of peace
- A new way to embrace both science and faith
- Life’s simple pleasures are often the greatest pleasures
If you have any questions or feedback, or even suggestions for topics you’d be interested in seeing covered at Being Human, I’d love to hear from you. I want this publication to becoming an ever-increasingly rich source of inspiration exploring what it means to be human and all that entails. And I know that won’t happen alone.
I’ll leave it at this for now, but thank you again for your interest and support. I’ll check in again soon, but in the meantime I’ll look forward to interacting with you online at Being Human.
Until next time,
Image: Dominik Martin