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31 ways to use your blog

Not sure what to blog about? You can blog about anything that interests you. Here are some ideas to get you started: Keep a daily journal of your life. Post a quote du jour. Document your daily successes. List your goals. Describe a recent adventure. Compliment a friend. Write a restaurant review. Detail a recent date. List your favorite hang outs. Share a poem of yours. Offer tips in your area of expertise. Write about your favorite hobby. Describe a class you're taking. Review a movie. Gossip about celebrities, coworkers, or friends. Outline your diet and exercise plan. Share interesting bits of information. Rate a book you've read. Describe your dreams. Write an editorial about a current event. Ask questions of other bloggers. Share jokes and funny stories. Describe a project you're working on. Tell heart-warming pet stories. Offer dating or parenting advice. Write a short story. Speculate about the direction of the stock market. Highlight your favorite clothing st

Twins - A Parable

A parable is a short story that illustrates a religious, spiritual or ethical situation. These types of stories are excellent to learn from, often simplifying a complex situation and allowing you to learn the concept via a simple story. Once upon a time, twin boys were conceived. Weeks passed and the twins developed. As their awareness grew, they laughed for joy: "Isn't it great that we were conceived? Isn't it great to be alive? " Together the twins explored their worlds. When they found their mother's cord that gave them life, they sang for joy! "How great our mother's love is, that she shares her own life with us!" As weeks stretch


                    One day, a ten - year - old boy went to an ice-cream shop, sat at a table                  and asked the waitress, "How much is an ice-cream cone?"             She said, "seventy five cents."             The boy started counting the coins he had in his head. Then he asked how                  much a small cup of ice-cream was.             The waitress impatiently replied, "sixty five cents".  The boy said, "I will                  have the small ice-cream cup."             He had his ice-cream, paid the bill and left. When the waitress came to pick                  up the empty plate, she was touched. Underneath were ten one-cent coins as                  tip.  The little boy had consideration for the waitress before he ordered                  his ice-cream. He showed sensitivity and caring. He thought of others before                  himself.             If we all thought like the little boy, we would have a great place to