133 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Thank you Tienny.Hope you doin great .Singapore Used to be my second home back in the days and I´d so look forward to return one day.Keep on writing you doing an excellent work !

  2. No I’m based in Europe ,But I’m
    About to launch Several projects in liberia so I Will be there from time to time .Never been to Congo But got a Lot of friends from Congo 🙂 .You’re based in Uk ,right ?

  3. Hey Simon. In the first instance, it’d be rude not to thank you for Liking my post, Deepening Uncertainty, Unbounded Confusion. I am most grateful for the investment of your time in appreciating my work.

    In return, I have spent time viewing your site and in my enjoyment of it I’ve often been challenged by your remarkable insights and reflections on life, and touched to by your obvious sense of humanity. I guess many of us unwittingly pass through life without once daring to find the courage to reach out further than we thought possible to grasp in search of our own truth and to take hold of what we find waiting there when we do. If I were asked to describe the one aspect of who I imagine you to be that is most readily revealed in the words and images assembled here, it would be your ability to always shine with kindness, compassion, empathy and hope. Is it little wonder then that the young people whose innocent faces look up to you with their youthful eyes do so in admiration for all that you have achieved, and in respect for all that you are. To them, you are a special person who has risen and become far greater than just a summation of if parts.

    I hope you fulfil each and every one of your dreams and aspirations and will continue to do so by taking from that bottomless reservoir of truth and desire that you’ve always known to be set aside in your heart.

    Best wishes…

  4. What a nice surprise , on visiting your site after you had stopped by mine it is a wonderful gift indeed to step I to your caring and love filled world ! It’s like being invited to tea by a gracious friend and then spending many a wonder filled moment with them , let’s invite the world totea, then there will be no time for hate when we are all friends 😊🌈

  5. Thank you for taking your time to write me .I so appreciate it and I read this comment over and over again
    Have you seen the movie “Waking life ” ? If not google it,,Just reading the transcript is food for thought and was actually the inspiration to my blog .People talking to eachother .Real conversations , real emotions ..Not just being an ant in a giant colony without questioning ..
    I hope the sun shines where you are

    Love and light / Simon

  6. Thank you for liking my post Simon! It puts a smile on my face and proves that I’m doing the right thing with this book. Much success and gratitude your way. -BMP

  7. Hey thanks for the visit! Beautiful photography you do 🙂 However 😄 I’m pretty sure the post you viewed wasn’t a very pleasant one.

  8. Hi Simon, Like many others, I’d like to thank you for visiting my blog. It is really a pleasant surprise, considering the many hits I get from folks just wanting to help me “make a living full time as a blogger”. I truly appreciate your sincerity and the time you are taking to make others feel welcome in this blogging community. I wish you continued success and will try to pay forward your efforts by doing more the same myself. Namaste.

  9. Grattis på födelsedagen! 🎁 Hoppas du får en kunglig dag. Har försökt nå dig via telefon. Hör av dig. Kram!

  10. Thank you 🙂 I felt it was time to try out some new design ..My blog first started As a try out thing to learn more about design and photography ..One year later It had grown so much bigger than I planned out with readers from +70 countries .. Today it has increased to 83 countries .I’ve visited 40 something countries so I’m confused but humble and greatful for the spread of a blog that mostly consist of what’s going on in my head *smiles

  11. It was clear to me – even with the earlier blog version – you’re a man for the world – a peaceful voice for all sharing words and harmonies we all can understand
    AnnMarie 🙂
    You deserve every success, SImon 🙂

  12. Hi Simon! thank you for stopping by and for the like. It also gave me the opportunity to check on your page – and I’ll tell you – it’s amazing! You know…sometimes you see something, listen to something or somebody say something that touches your soul in a very unexpected and special way, and it brings what you need the most in that moment. I have to thank you for that too. 🙂

  13. Hi Simon! Thanks for finding and liking my post! What did you think? How did you find me? Gave you a follow, hope to see you return the favor! Have a great day from Wisconsin USA!

  14. Hi Simon, I see that you have taken the time to look through both blogs and all the pages. Thank you, I do appreciate your interest and hope you enjoyed them. Pat

  15. Simon, thanks so much for reading several of my posts and following my blog. I don’t think I’ve ever had someone from Liberia read my writing before. I hope the humor translates. I have perused your posts and find your photography to be very lovely, and I especially like the Gibran quote. Wishing you all the best. Cheers!

  16. I´ve lived and worked 8 years in the US , 20 years in northen Europe and the rest travelling around globe so Yes I got the humor and loved it 🙂 , Today was one of the days I really needed to laugh so finding your blog was very appriciated .. Wish you the world and everything in it .. I Salute you ❤

  17. Thanks for stopping by my blog, which made me discover yours! Your photography is really very powerful, yet so human. Like getting access to little pieces of realities I didn’t know. Very full of life and strong graphic expression. I”ll be coming back! Have you photographed in Sweden or Finland, by the way? Love.

  18. HI Simon, So thrilled you liked my anti-psychiatry rap songs. I am no songwriter, just a wannabe !!! (and a poet for many years). I would LOVE to hear your songs, but don’t know where to find them, Are they available on your website or on the web? If so, can you direct me? Thanks so much! And again, it means the world to me that you keep visiting Wagblog and adding your likes to the page. I wish you many blessings and a swift recovery for your country in this crisis time.
    Pamela Spiro Wagner

  19. Simon. This is be beautiful! Your pictures and writings evoke such powerful emotions. It’s gonna be stuck deeply in my head for the longest time! I am homebound so it’s wonderful to be able to ‘follow’ you on your inspirational journey. Thanks for the like on Ben’s blog. I should check out your music…

  20. Did you also write a post about your ambulance work? I may have you confused with someone else. Were you in the latest Blogging 201 class? You already have a huge head start on most of us who took it. Your blog and your goals and accomplishments are noble.

  21. Greetings Beth! I had an earlier post named “State of emergency ” where I reposted a documentery made by New York times about an Ambulance driver but it was not me .Not Sure what Blogging 201 class is . Thank you so much for your comment ..I appriciate it ❤

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