“The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.”— Henry David Thoreau.
This is the first post on my new blog, but it’s not my first blog.
I began blogging after I created godspov.com, a Christian website aimed at expounding on life’s issues from a godly perspective. 21,604 words later, I discovered I had made a mistake. I trapped myself into a single niche.
I realized my blogging interests extend further than the confines of theological topics.
My initial motivation to begin blogging may have stemmed from my interest in theology, but it wasn’t the source of my motivation. I know now that my motivation to write comes from some place deeper and more profound. Writing, for me, is a passion.
I decided that I would start a new blog. A clean slate. A breath of fresh air. I wanted to write articles that were fresh, exciting, humorous, and compelling. I wanted to branch out into new topics of interest; science, breaking news, living, entertainment, maybe even world religion.
So, I created fromdrew.com. A website that chases after insight, entertainment, and honest humor.
From where I’m sitting, I see an open ocean of untapped territory, and I’m ready to dive in.