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"We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects."
- Herman Melville


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Well, it's been a few weeks since my last wallpaper, and I've been very busy lately trying to get my other new site going. I hope that in the coming weeks I'll be able to continue to put some more time into and work on more content.

And today, I'm able to add to my wallpaper gallery. I'd like to present my latest motivational wallpaper called "Network", as my 85th wallpaper overall.

When I think of the word "network", being in the IT industry as I am, I first think of computer networks - that is, a bunch of computers linked up with each other. Then, with a few more seconds of thinking, my mind shifts to the verb which means to "connect with" or to meet someone new. This is the focus on which this new wallpaper is really about of course.

In life, it seems that meeting people could be a simple thing, and for the most part it is. Keeping those connections growing and active is another thing entirely. It can be hard, but it doesn't have to be.

Social networking is exploding on the Internet right now - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn - these are some of the hottest sites right now, and they're not going away any time soon. The Internet has made it fairly easy to meet new people and helping aid in the "staying-in-touch" process - which is awesome. So, unless you don't have access to a computer, and you live in a remote area with very few people, there's really no reason why you should have a hard time meeting and connecting with new people every day.

Make as many connections in life as possible. Start early in life. Take the initiative to make new friends, as if it were second nature. And don't ever stop. Do your best to not sever any connections - at least from your side of things. And build upon those still active connections. Make them stronger. You never know which of those connections in life can really grow into the most cherished of friendships you could ever hope to find. You can start today by making sure you are one of those cherished connections yourself to those who need one.
- Original blog entry from 04.17.2010

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