touch: (tu˘ch) 1. One of the five senses.  2. Two pages of dictionary definitions.  3. The spark of creation.

The third meaning— the impulse to reach out, to touch, to be in touch and keep in touch, to bring to life—  is what this blog is all about.

Touch2Touch is a kaleidescopic weblog of connections. Think of a web, think of a network, think of the Jeweled Net of Indra (when’s the last time you thought about that?)

Everything is connected.

I put my thoughts and ideas out there, to invite yours.

15 Responses to About

  1. Joss says:

    you are a jewel.
    walk in beauty.


    • Touch2Touch says:

      Thank you for the blessing, Joss.
      I love the fact that it is so often — not on your lips, exactly — but on your fingertips!
      Lady, I also wish you to walk in beauty!


  2. tricia says:

    Love the concept of Touch to Touch, the dynamic richness of our interconnectedness, and your path of weaving our intertwining entities together as you go along. Just beautiful.


  3. atwistedpair says:

    New masthead, huh? Sunlit foreground in sharp focus, background ablaze with jewelled colours. The fern, ancient emblem of unfurling life. Lovely. Apt. Inspiring.


    • Touch2Touch says:

      Didn’t know that about ferns! But I’ve always loved them —
      (Not my very own photographer’s eye, belongs to the WordPress theme, which allows for change of seasons.)


  4. café poetic says:

    just subscribed – your blog sounds promising best wishes


    • Touch2Touch says:

      Let’s hope it delivers, Eliza. As Empire of Lights so kindly says (and I agree) viewers’ comments and conversation are the most interesting aspect of it. So by all means, jump right in!


  5. My Tropical Home says:

    Hi, I saw your gravatar at Cee’s Photography and was curious, so I popped over. I enjoyed what I read and will be back for more.



  6. djmrakiey says:

    Thanks for stopping by… I like this “Everything is connected.”


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