After all, they are very closely linked to love, because healthy blogging and socializing through technology do promote love, peace and joy among the community. This is all about creating a beautiful friendship that is beyond compare.
We would like to see our blogging world flourish and blossom every single time. All of us in our right minds should never include ‘racism’, ‘prejudice’, and ‘discrimination’ in our dictionaries when we enter the blogosphere. In the blogging world, we are one. This inimitable world is created for all of us from all walks of life to come together, express opinions on life’s affairs, and at the end of everything, learn from one another.
And when we do that, we are actually fostering friendships among one another, which in turn will contribute to the unity of the community. In the process, we should not let anything hold ourselves back. We should not be too mindful about who our friends are and where they come from. All we need to know is that we are in this world to communicate and educate one another.
Imagine what this small blogging community can do for the world if all of us keep on practicing healthy blogging, meaning blogging without taking into consideration race, religion and status. Imagine how much love this world will receive if we do our part in promoting equality in blogging.
There should be nothing but love and friendship in blogging. And without a doubt, it is through blogging that our team has made friends with exceptionally wonderful people from all over. One thing for sure is that we will always give our love and support to our fellow friends who have been reciprocating us with their love and support too, no matter who they are.
In fact, we have made quite an amazing discovery that blogging has brought about for us. Here are a few people who have filled up and brightened up our circle of blogging friends, and the best part is that they come from different places and backgrounds!
Bobby, from the United States shares the exact same sentiment as us.
He had asked us to join this awesome blogging community project that aims to promote love and friendship in the blogging world.
Then along came Rolando, also from the United States.
Both are not only admired by many for their excellence in writing, but also, for how they make others, including us, feel welcomed.
One would never get enough of visiting them, especially because of their receptiveness towards the Asian culture.
Next, we have Marzie from Malaysia, a blogger with a bubbly personality and the sincerity to make friends with others. She would never fail to send us her comments and is indeed a source of motivation for us to keep on moving.
Another, blogger friend from Malaysia, Jean Chia. Jean had created the wonderful NAFA Team logo.
She also likes to give friendly comments to the articles that we would post, and that creates so much liveliness to the blog.
She is one of the friendliest blogger around.
And then there is Jamilla from Brunei. She has a sweet personality, as sweet as her Jamy Latte.
She would always come up with wonderful surprises for her friends and us.
There was even a time when she wrote a post especially for her friend, Nonnie, where she urged everyone to vote for Nonnie as the best Bruneian Blogger.
And yes, how can we forget our lovely friend, Jesse? She is a South African with a beautiful heart and beautiful looks to boot. She has given us so much support in whatever we have done. When it comes to any of our community projects, she would never fail to lend her helping hand and spread the word. This blogging world would mean nothing without such a kind-hearted and beautiful person like her.
There are so many wonderful bloggers to talk about and those names we mention were just a few of these bloggers.
They are all diverse in race and culture, but they have one thing in common, and that is the love and support they have showered us with. This is what blogging can do! It can bring people of different backgrounds together as one, so long as we want to put aside out differences and focus on interacting, building friendship, and most of all, educate one another on things that can affect all of us.
Blogging is apparently a form of social networking. One blogger gets connected to the other, and the other will tell the rest of his or her friends about the blogger. From there, the blogger will establish more connections. That is how it works!
Watch this video to learn more.
You agree with us on this don’t you? Then we are sure you will also be supportive of this amazing project.
Spread this word to the rest of your friends in the blogosphere by writing a post similar to this, and perhaps create a badge to promote friendly blogging.
To everyone in the blogging community, let us all stand together as one and bring love and friendship to the blogosphere and to the whole wide world.
We had created a badge for this movement. You may wish to copy the html code below if you like the badge.