How honest can we be? How much can we connect? A personal message

All of us web-savvy writers do our best with the networking tools, but it’s starting to feel like a tool, like “I’ll join your blog if you join mine.” That would be a shame because these computers are really all we need to connect with each other. Real art exists here. Can we really connect? Try to put our hearts on the screen?

  • I remember taking my first steps. I remember the Hershey bar behind my dad with out-stretched hands.
  • I remember the look on his face when he coaxed me.

  • I remember swinging my legs hard in spite of the body cast.

  • With this blog I’d like to share all of the little inspired moments I find–mine and the wiser ones.

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About genemyers

Gene Myers is a New Jersey poet, music journalist and columnist who learned to walk twice. His weekly column is called The Joy of Life. He was awarded first place in Arts and Entertainment Writing by The New Jersey Press Association.
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2 Responses to How honest can we be? How much can we connect? A personal message

  1. “How honest can we be?
    How can we connect?”
    Gene Myers

    To Gene Myers
    SPLIT PEA/CE

    Parallel lines

    SALAM = SHALOM

    How wide the divide
    between the two sides?

    Divine.

    Daniel Barenboim said the beautiful thing about music is that at the end of any piece, there is silence…

    On the radio just now 20:15 CET “The Forum” BBC World Service

    “Where do artists get their inspiration from?”

    “They get it from creative forms evolved design”

    Talking about scientific and artistic creativity .

    • genemyers says:

      The beautiful thing about music is that no one who wants to hear the song fast forwards to get to the end of the song quicker. Let’s hear it for the anti-multi-tasking device called enjoyment, that’s connection!

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