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posted by chattering mind

Gee, you readers are great, and so generous with great links and suggestions. Write me more, let’s interact (spiritual material does not get as much of a written response from Beliefnet members as political talk, but I don’t know why that has to be). I just learned this morning that Chattering Mind is one of the top five ways folks currently come “into” Beliefnet. But this begs the question: if you are coming in “through” me, do you want me to more systematically inform you of what might be of interest to you on the main site? That is, do you want me to regularly guide you to homepage articles and pieces on Beliefnet’s “Spirituality” page that you might otherwise miss? Or are you seeing those? Every day, so much worthy material is published by us. And we’re always looking for information on how people use the site, so please let me know what you’re seeing, what you’re using, and how I can help you access more.



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Joie

posted June 29, 2006 at 3:15 pm


CONGRATULATIONS for being in the TOP FIVE !!! I am pleased to have a frequent connection to your experiences that you share. My own experiences in the spirit world of Earth school are enriched by the stories that you share in the everyday realm. You LIVE your stories and by sharing them it comes thru that you don’t preach TO us, you speak WITH us. Of course, leave big crumbs on the trail of links to other articles, other authors, other schools of thought, for us to sample as time and “in-venture” time permits. I found you via BeliefNet and if others are finding BNet via you, what a gift you are creating!! ~ Joie in FL>



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Christian Maiorino

posted June 29, 2006 at 4:05 pm


I found you via Beliefnet. At first I was in love with the site! I visited it and its seemingly endless info everyday. I signed up for the standard email (Your Health and Happiness, Your Peace of Mind, etc.) Every once in awhile there would be an article included in the emails worthy of my attention…but mainly the emails just used up my inbox space and annoyed me. Now that all I get is Glow and BeliefBuzz, I have lost track of what is happening on Beliefnet. Now I only come to see your blog and Idol Chatter.>



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Eevie Keys

posted June 29, 2006 at 5:52 pm


Like others, I usually only read your blog now, though I did find it through BeliefNet! You always provide a bit of much appreciated sunshine in the day. :) (And thanks for the link, Amy~!!)>



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Lynn Caverly

posted June 29, 2006 at 7:50 pm


I have always loved Beliefnet.com I go to the website everyday. I only recently discovered the blog portion a frew months ago, and then I only read Sawmi Uptownm which I found out through Head Bulter.com. After enjoying those so much, I decided to check out some other Beliefnet.com blogs. I still only read yours and Jesse Kornbluths regularly. I can’t believe folks wouldn’t go into the Beliefnet.com site after reading your blog. If such a site were sponsoring a wonderful blog, why not check out the rest of the site. Keep up the goodwork.>



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daria

posted June 29, 2006 at 9:18 pm


“… do you want me to more systematically inform you of what might be of interest to you on the main site?” I’d say try it, see how readers respond, and adjust if needed. Your content already demonstrates how well you understand our tastes, so I’d trust your judgement on this, too. As long as featuring BN content doesn’t compromise what you’d otherwise post … or limit your pushing the boundaries … or devolve into a big fat commercial, then I’d say go for it. And thank you for asking. what I’m seeing/using I read CM, the headlines and daily bible reading. I’m also led to BN via search engine results routinely. (usually an article or interview) Occasionally I’ll check the public pulse by reading BN poll results and discussion boards. no doubt I’m also happy to hear CM is one of the Top Five gateways to BN. A while ago you expressed doubts about whether or not CM was making a difference. I hope this in part affirms that you do…. along with my calculation that there’s 1681.345 readers for every comment posted. Must go; I’m being asked to dance to David Cassidy’s “I Think I Love You” by my favorite 6-year old. Sure wish I had a petticoat to wear…>



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