We post topics because we want to interact with other Hubbers and get their opinions, or just socialise. We post replies because we want to support our fellow Hubbers.
I find Hubbers who post topics purely to "get noticed" incredibly annoying.
I post topics and replies, so I can spread knowledge and understanding I have about the misconceptions of life, people are living with.
I offer only honest truth, without a guise. Read nothing into my statements. For the individual person has been manipulated and forced to not understand.
Consciousness is the key to your knowledge, it allows you to learn, it helps you perceive your life, it helps you to understand that you are in control of your thoughts and actions.
Conscience is the key to your morality. You will ignore your conscience if your perception of life is skewed, which will lead to dishonest actions and showing people that you do not understand life.
You do - yourself a dis-service, if you ignore the truth about your life and you cause more harm than you realize.
Remember, always keep it real.
You see reality overrated because you don't completely understand it.
But, by you saying that it is overrated, shows more than you realize.
Immediate feedback. You can multiple viewpoints on anything in just a couple of minutes.
you learn a lot from people here at HP in just minutes
1-To get in touch with my hub-friends
2- to write erotic poetry
6- to know new people and the way they think
And last but not least
7- TO HAVE A GOOD TIME
Gotta agree with all but #2. I couldn't write erotic poetry if my life depended on it
by Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
New people are always welcome on this site, but they need to understand that this is not a site like Facebook. HP is a community of writers who have come here to hone their skills and perhaps earn a few dollars.If your only goal is to show up out of the blue, produce nothing, but spend your...
by Steve Andrews 11 years ago
I was just looking at the titles of the threads for the forums and was immediately struck by the large number of religious topics, many of which have God in the title. I am just wondering why there are so many religious posts here at present? It makes hubpages look as if it is full of religious...
by Len Cannon 7 years ago
Ten dollars, do you hear me HubPages? I have a crisp Sawbuck if you can let me block politics/religion/whatever other god awful subforum is spamming the HP forums with all the leftover comments CNN.com. All I want is to talk about is HubPages-related topics and maybe see gifs of cats falling down...
by Eugene Brennan 3 years ago
Is there a reason for this limit?
by Mary Hyatt 8 years ago
Please explain to me why some Hubbers have more than one account?
by PrettyPanther 11 years ago
I am new here so it's possible this has been suggested before. How about a debate forum, separate from the other forums, where contentious topics can be debated? So, if people wanted to discuss, say, a philosophical topic in the Religion forum and someone jumped in and started debating,...
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