The Shining Gem

Nobody does it better


This is an example of an about page. Ha Ha Ha, just kidding. The aim of this blog is to serve as an outlet for my thoughts influenced by my observations of the world and improve my writing in the process. For all intents and purposes, you can call me SG.

Wanna get in touch? Feel free to contact me through the contact page.

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96 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog and leading me here. Im a slow but sure reader before I click like on anything.
    I will get go your blog /posts eventually. Seems wonderful and I like what O see so far. πŸ™‚

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      1. Thank you very much! I enjoy drawing, writing still makes me nervous but love to connect so I try to learn by reading from all of you good writers!!

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  2. Hi! I stumbled upon your blog and you post really quality content. No kidding. πŸ™‚ Just want to drop a message here so you’ll know you’re doing it right! Keep it up! πŸ™‚

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  3. Fair point, and what should one do if they do not have any ‘critique’ to share but still want to show acknowledgement of the post? I feel just a like is better than commenting “Nice post, I agree with you”. I only comment when I have to add something to the discussion.


    1. There’s always something to add to the discussion.
      Unless ofcourse we don’t understand the context of the post.

      Either way, the point of me telling all this is the post you liked and didn’t have anything to the discussion had questions at the end. Which ofcourse you would have seen if you read. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
      You see, that is when you don’t have anything to the discussion.

      Either way, have a nice day yourself.


      1. You’ve got it wrong my friend. I don’t think those questions applied to me, I’m not much of a relationship person and I don’t really think much about it. I didn’t comment on it because I didn’t have anything substantial to add to it. Even if I tried, my answers would be genetic, like “oh one should be faithful”, stuff like that. I haven’t been in that situation, or any similar ones, and I can’t give any perspective on that myself. That being said, I still liked your post, the way you brought up the issue and got to read about something I usually don’t, which is why I put my “like” but clearly that has offended you or something.


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