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Tuesday, August 15, 2006 

Good Writer, Good Friend Ceases Blog

As I'm sure everyone who might happen to come by my blog already knows, our comrade CelticFire has chosen to cease writing on his blog (http://celticfire.blogspot.com/) in favor of devoting more time to other political endeavors. Although I didn't make it onto his list of shout-outs (*sniffle* just kidding), his perspective and thoughtful commentary will be certainly missed in my day to day internet browsing.

I would also like to commend him for 1) putting other political work outside of the blogsphere at the front and center of his political attention; and 2) for having the discipline to focus his energies in order to do some things very well instead of many things at a level that he seems to feel was unsatisfactory and/or unsustainable. As someone who has a very hard time focusing on one or two key areas of work, and who is coincidentally posting for basically the first time in a month, this is an example that perhaps others of us should look at more closely.

CelticFire, thank you for you comradely friendship, your principled debate and you earnest commitment to study, debate AND action in building a real movement for social transformation.
Loves, Nelson H.

Thanks for the kind words and support. You are always on my list of best online comrades, just forgot to mention you because of the lack of activity in recent months. Thank you for all the principled debates and regular visits. I am sure you will hear from me again.

So many deeds cry out to be done, And always urgently;The world rolls on, Time presses.Ten thousand years are too long, Seize the day, seize the hour!  -- Mao Tse-Tung 

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