For a long time, at least over the last 10 years, maybe longer, I have had a vision of my life’s purpose. The problem has been I haven’t been sure how to implement it. I’m still not really sure of how it should all come together.
In my first post on Friendship Society, I talked about a prophetic dream I had as a child. In this dream I saw the name of a book. That name was “Friendship Society.” This name has stuck with me… haunting me perhaps. The name stays in the back of my head constantly. It’s like a little Jiminy Cricket that keeps whispering it to me. I hear him whispering but I then I shove him into a small closet in the back of my mind and tell him “Maybe later.”
I think to myself, “I’m not ready yet” and “I don’t know how to get started.”
Whether I knew it or not, I’ve been on a path that is leading me in the right direction. In my twenties I started reading more. I gobbled up a ton of personal development / personal growth books. I would get little sparks of inspiration from each book I read.
In my late twenties, I joined a club. It was a group of Jeep enthusiasts called The Orlando Jeep Club. In this club I learned much about friendship. I learned what it was like to be around a bunch of like-minded people. I volunteered on the board of directors for this club and learned a lot about running an organization.
I've seen a feature that some bloggers do where they gather a bunch of links around their blog's topic and post them weekly. It's usually 5 or 6 links of relevant posts from other bloggers. One that comes to mind as an example is on Rowdy Kittens.
It looks like it would be pretty easy to do something like this using Google's Blog Search.
I've never really cared for these much, but I was wondering what everyone else thought of these. Do you find value in these types of posts?