I have some questions for you…! Just wanted to discuss, how effective blogs helps in finding a good friend. I know it is an abstract topic. Anyway I wanted to write about this. Some of your comments might lead me to what I am looking for !
You see different blogs with personal contents in different degrees. Blogs are just one of the ways to express yourself. You can find what are all the skills/talents a person have or how intelligent or dumb (or act like one) he/she is; what the person like or dislikes… The way one write the post or comments on the blog can give you an idea how logical and legitimate the person is.
[Let’s not discuss about exceptions- as it will there in every topic]
You might want to make friendship with the person after reading the contents as you see a good friend in him/her. Now my question is if you ever got disappointed after making personal relationship with that person? If yes, what are the reasons for it? Is it because of the assumptions you made about the person? They say, don’t make assumptions. I am not sure if it is possible in every case.
The virtual relationship starts from head and not from the heart. I think, in reality, people have friendships based how a person is able to empathize and sympathize – based on heart. How a person manages emotions is more important than IQ for relationships, right?
Reading a blog, I don’t think you can find out how emotionally intelligent a person is. So there should be more disappointment as you might the person not good in managing with heart – like expressing anger, empathy etc.,
Whether you understood this post or not try to answer this 🙂
Do you believe in virtual relationship and making friend from it? Select one or more relevent answers.
1) I don’t believe in virtual relationships
2) I can make good friends from blogs
3) I have found good friends from blogs than by normal day-to-day interaction.
4) I don’t believe in statistics. It depends on you. The world is not same for everyone.
5) Depends on what you are looking for.
6) Can’t answer at the moment.
I am not what I might be,
I am not what I ought to be,
I am not what I wish to be,
I am not what I hope to be,
I am not what I once was,
“By the grace of God
I am what I am”
~John Newton (author of Amazing Grace)