I received a really nice email recently from a longtime fan:
I don’t know you and you don’t know me. But, I’ve been following your blog for a long time now – just wanted to congratulate you. I love what you do and you inspire me with every post! Keep it up! – Marilyn Gramms
I’ve loved reading all your emails and notes of encouragement since I started my blog, and this is actually a fantastic example of why I decided to do it in the first place. Not for the appreciative comments, but because I value all of you who have taken an interest in what I do. My main goal is to inspire and educate you about our beautiful world and its reality, as well as what lies beyond our planet.
Over the months, I’ve been able to connect with a lot of you one on one via email, social media, and even on my blog, but I know there are still many of you who have been following my blog and have never interacted with me. So my commitment is to make my blog as interactive as possible, for your personal experience.
For my work, the most important thing that matters for me, personally, is if I can inspire and show you how wonderful and how precious life is. That’s why Living Life to Explore is my trademark, I believe we should all live our lives to explore our world’s wonders.
What’s also great about what I do is, I get to interact with you, my viewers, and having the opportunity in collaborating with other bloggers to create something fantastic and memorable for all of you.
Notes like Marilyn’s are a good reminder of the real people on the opposite side of my computer screen, too.
In the end, my blog wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for your constant support and love. It’s been a blast to connect with all of you who have been following my blog for a long time. Whether you’re new or if you’ve been following my blog for a long time, I’d love to hear from you.
Feel free to leave a question, comment or concern.
Stay tuned for my upcoming posts – New post coming out Tuesday, April 11th.
NOTE: I’ve recently updated my blogging schedule to every two days. There may be exceptions if I feel the need to do so.
© Benjamin Lessard – TheBenLessard