............ to feed your wayward soul ? Are you lying unsatisfied , as if after a night out waking to the souless light of a new dawn , knowing you danced and drank too much and left in desperation after connecting with the no love? ........... Or is it perfection...? Like a beautiful woman?
Writing hubs is a bit like riding a wild horse without a saddle. It's liberating and exciting -- but will wear you down if you don't get off now and then.
Christ that was cheesy.
Hubbing is a challenge that is making me more money as I perfect my skills at it!
One thing I can always count on is a little pick me up , you people are funny!!!!
I wish I was funny. Right now, I feel like nobody loves me anymore, because I had to deliver not exactly bad news, but weird news, to the people in investment firms I do some online work for. They seemed to want not to shoot the messenger, exactly, but to expect the messenger to be omniscient. I monitor trends in commodities online, and boy, the markets are behaving very strangely.
Well, I hate to be less than absolutely and unequivocally positive about Hub writing, because I enjoy it (no doubt about that). I can't say, however, that it's feeding any wayward soul. For one thing, I'm not really the wayward-soul type. For another, though, when it comes to whatever this particular soul wants, I'd more compare Hub writing to this: Imagine desperately needing an exciting vacation in a location where the climate and everything else was absolutely perfect; and then settling for dinner out at a local and reasonably nice restaurant instead. That's kind of what Hub writing does for my soul. The good thing is that the night out at the nice restaurant is easy to have without a lot of time or money. The bad thing is that where I live even the nicest restaurants aren't all that substitute-for-a-vacation-worthy.
Then again, they're better than fast food, starving, or no-night-out at all.
(As for all that other stuff the OP said? Maybe I should't admit this, or maybe it's because I'm a woman or non-wayward-soul type; but I can't even relate to it! )
writing the hubs is very nice, very fulfilling but addictive because after the thrill of seeing one of my hubs read by hundreds of people I want to write more, and more and more - always to get that thrill of discovery and attention that I seek with my soul and my heart and my cyber-pen.
being in the forums (endlessly) is as fun and fulfilling as whoever is here with me - somedays hysterical and I'm unable to pull myself away - other days, frustrating, to say the least.
but I should warn you that I am totally and completely addicted to both forums and writing hubs and cannot (don't want to) leave it alone, so I will never be able to say that it serves no purpose other than to feed my ego - I may know it, but I won't be able to say it.
or did I just say it. oh well. what was that topic I was thinking of earlier today? gotta go do some research
Oh, HP serves lots of enjoyable and fun purpose for me. It's just that I can't say it does much for my soul - only my heart, mind, and maybe the bank account a little bit. HP (along with other things in my life) definitely makes the fact that I can't take that exotic and perfect vacation a little more bearable.)
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