It struck me today that no one is commenting on our post..not just mine but most of them.I am very puzzeled.Each one of us cares enough about a subject to post it.We think it will benifit other members.When no one bothers to read them or make a comment the person doing the posting must be asking themselves.."Why should I even do it if no one else cares "? Should we think that ? Let's see how many comments this post gets and then we'll know...LOVE ALWAYS...johnny
Ok John on a serious note, you hit the nail right on the head when you said "Who commented .....our most active". I read everything but being "active" I always don't have the time..........Looking over to the right of me I see we now have 734 members , I think the answer lies somewhere in there.
I just wanted to add b/c sincerely I have been/used to be there ... it can be intimidating for new "forum/network" users to participate/comment ... as I recall my very first comment was a . (as in period) - pretty much b/c we were instructed to leave a . if we agreed with the post - and honestly, leaving that first . was so nerve wracking for me! lol, but true ...
So ............... for all, if you agree with a post (and b/c we have yet to have that "I'd so love" like button here, just leave a . (period) - your input truly does matter and is so appreciated.
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