Comments are something every blogger wants, and it is a way to engage with your readers, which is something I have written about for Blogable:

Once people start commenting on your posts, answer them. There are always comments that don’t need an answer, but sometimes a simple ‘thank you’ goes a long way. Alternatively, turn on likes on comments, and always like the comments left on your posts. That way the commenter knows that you’ve seen what they have written.

~ The Blogable A-Z ~ L for Liking & linking – community building

Top 3 for week 467 by Marie Rebelle

As said in last week’s prompt, sometimes a comment sparks a new post.

For my top 3 I wanted to concentrate on those who indeed used a comment to create a new post, but on looking through the posts, three stood out. The reason? All of them had something that made we think about respect, and just being yourself.

Fruit Salad: My Complicated Relationship with Genitalia by Dancer in Chains
I really don’t understand why people criticize Dancer for not liking any genitals or oral sex. We are not all the same, and we all have different preferences, and that’s good. Others should respect that, not criticize. Dancer’s posts about asexuality always teach me something new; I appreciate her talking about it so openly.

What is a slut? by Mòrag NicEanraig
Some people see being called a slut as an insult, and others, like Mòrag (and me) embrace it. I totally agree with her that being a slut is an attitude, and not about the number of people you have had sex with. Once more this comes down to just being yourself, and if sex is something you like, to just enjoy it to the full extent, not caring what others think of you, and not feeling shame because you like sex.

Attack of the Fifty Foot Women by Gemma Jones
This post has followed the prompt, using a comment to create a new post, and what a post it is. A sexy, erotic story, that is. The feeling I was left with after reading this, is that we all want to be accepted for who we are, and what we look like. We all deserve to be desired and loved.


In music, harmony is when individual musical tones or voices play together to form a whole. Think of different voices in a choir, complementing each other, or different musical instruments playing together to make a beautiful piece of music. But harmony is not only about music, it can also be about colors in a painting, or people being in harmony with each other. Harmony in life is living in peace with ourselves and others. Share your harmonious moments with us, and when you do, also consider adding your post to Mindful Moments.

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