Sharing

posted Jan 16, 2020, 10:35 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated Jan 18, 2020, 10:07 AM ]

Sharing

 

Secrets don't keep friends; my son regularly says when he sees two people whispering to each other.

We all share some things.  We share an excellent place to eat, experiences both good and bad, posts, jokes, funny antidotes, how our day was and what went well and what did not so well.

We share our life stories pieces at a time with our friends and loved ones and others as appropriate.

We've learned that over sharing can be costly and who can be trusted and who can't be trusted.

That all comes with experience, as we learn from our experiences we advance.

Sharing is caring.

It can be.  And with that sharing we come closer to one another.

A library is a reservoir of shared experiences, facts and knowledge.

So is the internet.

The internet has so much sharing it can be overload.

It can rule you or you can rule it.

You decide.

Sharing increases our knowledge and lets us know what to avoid and what to look out for and what can hurt us and what can help us.

Medicine is trial and error and sharing.

Homeopathy is like that.  Sometimes it works, sometimes not.

Sharing helps all of us.

This web site started small and keeps accumulating eyes and audience.

Please share it with your friends and family.

I appreciate each and every one of you, my dear readers and dear writers.

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A Think Piece by David Alan Binder

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