Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Reason for Change

As we near a new year, I am deciding to change my blog. 

After studying your comments and reviews, I have realized that I have been hosting to some: an arrogant and wrongly-biased tone, and to others- truthful and honest. 

I have made a mission to spread truth to ALL. And I will continue to fight for the success of that mission.

Arrogant is a harsh word, and even though I've never been called it- I understand why some of you leave the comments the way you do. Now, you do exercise your right to freedom of speech, as harsh or argumentative as you can be, but I want you all to understand that words on a screen the way I read them, are different than the way YOU read them. Many of you know me personally and maybe know my tone. But for the others who view my blog from different states, continents, cities, and countries- you have not yet CAPTURED my tone. My intent cannot be summed up in a sentence, nor can my tone/emotion. 

The reason I am deciding to change the way I blog is because, well, change is sometimes a good thing.

I will report my sources- not because of the risk of plagiarism, but to reinforce my opinions with factual information.

I will continue talk about a broad topic- but using more specifics. 

I will make an even bigger effort to include other voices.

I will not only state a problem, but state a proposed solution.

I will continue to spread words of truth, but at a less harmful bias than I have possibly portrayed in the past.

And most of all- I will make sure my point makes the best of sense, to all audiences.

Thank you all for your constant support.


The ICCPR recognizes the right to freedom of speech as "the right to hold opinions without interference." You may, accordingly, speak, write, and print with freedom, but shall be responsible for such abuses of this freedom as shall be defined by law.