I am a lurker, and even though I rarely exercise them all... I love the
fact that I have lots of choices when it comes to reading this list.
1. Read, think, learn and grow.
2. Read... but forget to think!
3. Read and choose to move on.
4. Read and respond.
Option 4 is not usually my chosen one (and I can relate to many of the
posts re this thread as to why!). However, with the amount of discussion
that has been generated here, I felt compelled to rest my nervous fingers
on the keyboard :).
I would like to thank everybody who contributes to the list, regardless of
the thread, because you have contributed in some way to my personal
growth. I must say, I have never identified an "inner circle", and maybe
that is because I look at this list in a totally selfish manner, ie -
whats in it for me? I don't care who posted the note, I simply care if I
can use it and learn from it. For me, the origin is insignificant, and the
learning has been exciting.
Thanks to Richard for moderating the forum, and thanks to Sherri, who I
think originally opened this gate/thread and helped me to walk on through.
[Host's Note: Welcome, Leanne! ... Rick]
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