The title of this post is ironic when associated with the act of blogging. But if you have read any of my posts you may surmise most ideas I launch into the blog universe are orbiting my mind just before I tap the “Publish” button.
Having a temporary physical disconnection from those we see regularly, (i.e. spouse, loved one, sibling, co-worker, etc.) can give refreshed perspectives on those relationships. Habits condition us to take others for granted often resulting in assumptions on what each person thinks.
We can also be temporarily disconnected from the wonders of social media… I’m saying it’s important to disconnect from the distractions that enable us to forget who we are.
Since I’m an artist, I make blog thoughts into various forms of art. Like this nifty “Temporarily Disconnected” bumper sticker. And now my trusting blog followers (both real and imaginary) are thinking, “Hey…now wait a minute! How sincere is this post? Is this just a lowbrow sales pitch?” Nope. Consider it a sincere pitch. But you have to see it the way you choose.