76,559,103 words today

May 10, 2009

According to the admin page for wordpress.com, it hosts 215,944 bloggers, who wrote 238,126 new posts comprising 76,559,103 words today.  Interestingly, there are more posts than bloggers which means that some bloggers have been more than compensating for the fact that I haven’t posted here since the end of 2007.

It is odd looking back at things you have written in the past, especially for religion.  It isn’t that I necessarily disagree with what I have written, it seems plausible enough (I guess), but that I’m not sure how much it really matters in the scheme of things.

After all, true Christianity is first and foremost about the quality of relationships – everything else is hot air.

Anyway, an experiment.  Back to blogging for a little while at least to see what happens.  (And maybe some other stuff, but let’s keep that a surprise)


5 Responses to “76,559,103 words today”

  1. Bill Baar Says:

    Glad to see you’re back.

  2. Dave Marshall Says:

    Ah yes, true Christianity. I’m sure there’s a discussion to be had about that…

    Good to see there’s still life in Thessalonica.

    • demas Says:

      I refuse to accept that my only choices are relativism and submission to the dominant paradigm 😉

      Glad to see you’re still around!

  3. cindyred60 Says:

    Wow! Your insight about past posts ‘especially about religion’ so resonates with me. So the question I asked myself yesterday is, “Do I leave the posts that I now question? Do I delete or try to correct them? or maybe I comment on them with my developing viewpoints…which will later need to be commented on.. ?” Yikes!

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