People with great minds recognize other great minds

Many great minds say great minds recognize the great works of other great minds. I do agree with them.

My interaction with a number of amazing bloggers motivated me to write this post. One of them is Godwin T. Ihagh. He is an amazing blogger you will do well to meet.

I have found along the years that people with great minds readily recognize and acknowledge the good work of others.

People with small minds either try to ignore what others are doing or even downgrade it.

It’s understood. It’s not an easy thing to build your mind to that level of consciousness where you feel comfortable with the shine of others and encourage and hail them for it. But it is worthwhile and rewarding. The general tendency is sadly to run down others, and play down their work so that they should not shine. This does not help anyone.

I find many great minds in the blogosphere. I was most delighted when many people expressed joy about a post I wrote hailing another post I found on the web. The post in question highlighted important rules of Blogging. To share that great post with fellow bloggers, I titled my post A Post with 500 Comments. Luckily I found it.

It quickly attracted people I consider to have great minds. They not only read it, but also appreciated it. I found this brilliant of them.

When you uplift others, it comes back to you in a way.

I don’t know what you think; but I believe there is a natural law by which when you selflessly offer someone a gift, whatever it may be, God will get the container you used, refill it, multiply it a hundredfold if not more, and return to you.

If I were to advice, I would say let us gift others with encouragement . Let us recognize the great works of others and celebrate their achievements. That is incredible investment.

You will be rewarded for such magnanimity. This holds for all fields including blogging. The encouragement you give to fellow bloggers always returns to you more abundantly than what you gave.

Many great minds say great minds recognize the great works of other great minds. I do agree with them.

My interaction with a number of amazing bloggers motivated me to write this post. One of them is Godwin T. Ihagh. He is an amazing blogger you will do well to meet.

I have found along the years that people with great minds readily recognize and acknowledge the good work of others.

People with small minds either try to ignore what others are doing or even downgrade it.

It’s understood. It’s not an easy thing to build your mind to that level of consciousness where you feel comfortable with the shine of others and encourage and hail them for it. But it is worthwhile and rewarding. The general tendency is sadly to run down others, and play down their work so that they should not shine. This does not help anyone.

I find many great minds in the blogosphere. I was most delighted when many people expressed joy about a post I wrote hailing another post I found on the web. The post in question highlighted important rules of Blogging. To share that great post with fellow bloggers, I titled my post A Post with 500 Comments. Luckily I found it.

It quickly attracted people I consider to have great minds. They not only read it, but also appreciated it. I found this brilliant of them.

When you uplift others, it comes back to you in a way.

I don’t know what you think; but I believe there is a natural law by which when you selflessly offer someone a gift, whatever it may be, God will get the container you used, refill it, multiply it a hundredfold if not more, and return to you.

If I were to advice, I would say let us gift others with encouragement . Let us recognize the great works of others and celebrate their achievements. That is incredible investment.

You will be rewarded for such magnanimity. This holds for all fields including blogging. The encouragement you give to fellow bloggers always returns to you more abundantly than what you gave.

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