A look to the present from the past.

As a part of Rasha’s Good Old Blogging Days, I just miss those days, where the blogs were your own kingdom, before Social Networks came to steal this genuine spirit.

People shared their very fine personal details to people they don’t even know. Online people knew each other for long, just for the heck of friendship. Looking for truth and warmth they didn’t find in the real world. Expressing their views to people who are like-minded, or who are open-minded, or both.

Blogging was a place of acceptance, a place they can be free and wild, were they can virtually dance with the whole world watching, a place where all their dreams come true. A Utopia where every one believed in. I once read, maybe it was in the Bible, that the Kingdom of Christ is not on this land, it is in Heaven. So is blogging, our Kingdom was on the virgin Internet.

I wish I can express myself more in blogging, I miss those old days, I miss the friends I made through blogging. I miss much of the warm feelings I felt before.

I want to thank everyone who made me happy for even once, thank you very much.

6 Responses to A look to the present from the past.
  1. Rasha Reply

    we did that, didn't we? :)
    shared the very personal details…just took the risk..i for one am glad i did :)
    Thank you dear…good post!

  2. Fadi K Reply

    Good morning .. Vey true indeed.

    Video killed the radio star :)

    -"People shared their very fine personal details to people they don't even know. Online people knew each other for long, just for the heck of friendship. Looking for truth and warmth they didn't find in the real world."- Hmmmm … it's not that we were looking for a substitute I think.. It's just another form of communication and another corner to look at things from :)

    Great to read you here.

    Fadi

  3. Abu el sharif Reply

    thanks for sharing !
    Yeeea, those times, where you could say anything…sadly even blogs are not free now !

  4. Mohamed ElGohary Reply

    @Rasha,
    I'm glad for knowing you :)

  5. Mohamed ElGohary Reply

    @Fadi
    Well let's call it a partial substitute :)

    Thanks for passing by ;)

  6. Mohamed ElGohary Reply

    @Abu el sharif
    Yea you are right, the Internet is becoming a mirror of the offline world..

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