“What is important now is to recover our senses. We must learn to see more, to hear more, to feel more ... Our task is to cut back content so that we can see the thing at all.”
Susan Sontag

Against Interpretation

WordPress: Dharma Online

Somewhere in 2007 I first became acquainted with WordPress. WordPress is an open-source software project which enables you to build and manage websites. Open-source means its developed by a community of developers and offered freely to anyone who wishes to use it – as unbelievable as that may sound that is the true nature of WordPress. There are other open-source solutions for building websites. I work with WordPress both because of its technical features and because it has a vibe of quality – it is filled with good intentions that resonate from it & through it.

I started using WordPress when I wanted to form my own space of expression online, I still do (the words you are now reading and this entire website is built on WordPress). I have also had the pleasure of helping out other people create their own spaces of expression on the web – these are some examples: StillCreation, Nashiyut, Artness, Feminitate, Atha Yoga, Daphna Dor & Good Vibes.

If you would like to create your own online space of expression I may be able to help. There are many issues to meet when building your website – the technical parts are just one aspect and WordPress handled them pretty well for you. You may encounter challenges in creating content, in writing consistently over a period of time, in connecting to other people online, in using other web-technologies to support your efforts. I believe that inevitable you will encounter yourself – because in the end its about you following your heart.

Therefore I believe in a gradual process – taking small steps that will enable you to discover the questions that are most important for you and creating a space in which answers can emerge. Your understanding, wishes and needs will change as you explore and delve deeper into creating your online space of expression. I hope to be there for you.

If you’d like my assistance in creating your space please feel free to contact me (iamronen [at] iamronen [dot] com) or using this contact form.

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