From WordPress to Twitter about the good findings on WordPress (with smiles)

Hello, everyone. 🙂

If you have taken a brief look at the pinned post on this site, you would immediately know that I am making an optimistic transition. Having spent most of my creative time on WordPress and intreactive time on Twitter, I am making the shift to more of WordPress for both. However, it has soon occurred to me, that fusing the two platforms with their unique offers of openness and freeness on the one and brevity and speed on the other is quite doable. So, this brief post is only to cite examples of how I have done it so far. The content shared, is of course, your own creativity be it in the form of poetry, essay-writing, blogging, painting, music etc. Following are those tweets I have shared in the month of January, 2020. All this has been in just about over a one week time period. I am optimistic, this can be continued consitently throughout the year, even though, there may be fluctuations on either platform.

Twitter world

So without further ado, here are those tweets. You, on the WordPress platform, would recognize yourselves immediately… and also those you know.

So, is there a lesson in all of this?

Yes, of course. So many of you are quite experienced, accomplished, sensible, creative, and holders of qualities I am surely not familiar with as of now. On any platform – WordPress or on Twitter – who we are on the inside gets revealed, but only with time. Furthermore, when we interact with others, it reveals us to ourselves and others in ways we, perhaps, did not anticipate. Social networking, is a unique way of content creation, because one becomes a collaborator instead of working in isolation. Of course, this is not going to suit all persons, because we have different aptitudes, beliefs, preferences, abilities, etc.

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So what are your thoughts?

Please, do offer your thoughts, your advice, suggestions, and also questions. If you are so inclined, do share this post with others. In time, I will attempt to address those responses sooner or later. Thank you, very much!🙂

3 Replies to “From WordPress to Twitter about the good findings on WordPress (with smiles)”

    1. Hello Ali.🙂

      I did respond to your question. Just adding another comment to confirm because my system is showing, as though, it might have been recorded as a separate comment, not a reply. It happens.🙂

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  1. Hello, Ali.🙂 You’re welcome.

    That’s a good question. I think, foremost, it’s the possibility in company with people. Twitter enables brevity, which is sufficient to introduce an idea or a person, but not to draw final conclusions therefrom. Over time, one builds familiarity and a community. That’s what I like about it.

    What do you think about this?🙂

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