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The Year in Review. This blog was born on Wednesday, February 2005 at 8.14 PM in London, England in the lobby of the Kensington Hilton. The essence of that first post was the historical cause-effect that gives English culture it’s 21st century flavor. It was a short post and I had one comment: Michael, my son, wished me “fun” and invited me to visit his blog.
Since the birth of this blog, we’ve covered lots of varied topics ranging from
- The art and science of starting new churches
- Global Culture
- World Music
- The Search for the Mysticâ„¢
- and, of course, The Future
[A quick glance at the last ten posts is pretty indicative of our future orientation.]
The spice of this blog, however, is the many, many new friends that have contributed amazing insight, useful information, helpful real world examples, and gut splitting comedy. In other words, you.
When I began “into the mystic…”– though I wrote my first post from the UK — I lived in the Korea town area of Los Angeles. Today, I’m writing from our home in Pasadena, Ca. where it’s 57 degrees fahrenheit and partly cloudy. For the next few days, I’m going to review my favorite posts and create a list for newcomers, a kind of essential reading guide for “into the mystic…”
What do you think? So here’s my question: What were your favorite topics of conversations had here at “into the mystic…” for 2005″? For you long time contributors, what would be your top 5 (or 10) “must read” picks for new readers and subscribers?
Into the Mystic…