To be back or not to be

To be back or not to be

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I’ve been away. I know some people noticed.
I kept telling myself that I will be back, but it took me longer than I thought.

It started with me not having any idea what to blog about. Then I was less and less active on Twitter. In both cases I felt like I had nothing to share really.

I’ve gone quite.

And then my internet connection started playing up, which left me with no internet at home for about a week.

When I got back online I felt even more disconnected.

But thanks to several people who kept reaching out to me I have the desire to come back. I do miss my Twitter friends.
I miss being able to talk to people from all over the world.

So, I’m back – I guess…


  1. Ethon

    I first stumbled on your blog today. And the first post I see is this, again nearly two months old.
    Sometimes, there is nothing to say.
    Sometimes, one could shout a thousand words, but they all could not sum up the feelings one has.

    Dear Lillith – we never met. We probably never will. I don’t know you, yet, apart from a few words in a community profile and one – or better two – blog posts. And you know nothing about me. But as I read your lines, I believe I found a echo of a time I found in myself. So if I may say something: Don’t force yourself. Don’t try to write a good post. Be. Try to express your thoughts, your feelings, as maddened, as chaotic they may be. And if there is online silence within you, so there may be silence here.

    The sky by night is full of stars, mostly screaming silently. But they are shining bright, and sometimes, they talk to us.

    You are a star – just don’t forget it.

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