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When the idea came to me, it started this way.

A Farmer’s Analogy

I consider a blog like a tree.

A tree has its roots on fertile and firm ground. A blog is anchored to the imagination of its author, grounded in the basic principle of freedom of expression with responsibility.

A tree rises with a strong trunk to mature. A blog will build up its creator’s confidence to persevere.Β 

A tree creates new branches and greening leaves. A blog will offer greater possibilities to provide its writer a medium to hone his writing skills by producing meaningful content.

A tree will attract every creature under its shade. A blog will persuade visitors, who manage their own blogs, to stay for a time and interact.

A tree will produce fragrant flowers that will eventually bloom. A blog will store memorable posts that will blossom in the hearts and minds of readers.

A tree will bear fruits that will taste as sweet as honey. A blog will give its creator the satisfying fruits of his labor.

A tree. A blog.

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484 thoughts on “Am

  1. I love the tree analog. Nice post. I actually have time to get a little reading done today! Our weather stinks down here, 3 inches of ice last night, snow and sleet falling now. Supposed to go all day!….Warm Blessings! Jill

    1. It’s raining here all day. Good thing because we have warm days for weeks now. πŸ™‚
      I appreciate the support. I am glad you like the post.
      Blessings,
      belsbror

  2. Greatly put comparison between a tree and a blog or article. The more you nuture it the bigger it will grow. Love it!

    Thanks for sharing this poetic yet simple and easy understanding article.

    Cheers!

  3. I really adore the tree/blog analogy. I can certainly see this to be true. I have always thought of trees like people – some as old souls who have graced us with their presence through the years. I can see a blog as the souls of its creator. How long it stays around remains to he seen, but it is a piece of our soul:)

    1. I am a farmer so I see the two, farming and blogging, in relation to each other. I am glad you approve. πŸ™‚
      You are correct. All living things share life with one another to form a natural bond.
      The soul analogy is really inspiring. Thanks. πŸ™‚
      Blessings,
      belsbror

  4. Great analogy, something everyone should think about…it can build a healthy blog (in terms of what the creator wants and believes to be healthy). Nice blog.

    1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. πŸ™‚
      I often speak as a farmer and a rural folk. I see many things from Nature that are connected to our daily lives.
      Blessings,
      belsbror

    1. Thank you for the nomination. I accept. πŸ™‚
      I am catching up on awards posts so it might take time to do this. I hope you understand. πŸ™‚
      Blessings
      belsbror

      1. Hmm. Not that kind of Godfather. (laughs) I am the meek one. πŸ˜€
        A Filipino who has seen other parts of the world. I was not able though to roam the land of Nadia Comaneci and Ilie Nastase. πŸ™‚

      2. i am confused…so do you understand roumanian?! i saw that you commented at some of my posts πŸ™‚ hope to understand my bad English :)))

      3. Google automatically translate your blog or any other blog in English so I could read your post. πŸ™‚
        I understand you, Keep practicing and you’ll improve.

      4. me..i do not know yet how to translate another blogs…even with google translate..it is not so good for this (ntranslate)…i am looking for an online dictionary for some words…but for me the blog is just a public diary..:) when i feel…maybe someday you will come in the Eminescu’s country.

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