The ponder… in a new style
Hello to every one who is now on board of this space, or who is seriously thinking to start browsing !.
“the-ponder.com” in its older version started in September 2011 and has moved on continuously until the 4th. of July 2014 when it was replaced by its new version which is this one !. The number of browsers for the new version since its starting on the 4th. of July 2014 and until today 31 March 2019 is 197,600.
When the old version of “the-ponder.com” was closed, its visitors and browsers counter recorded a total of 129,971 which was by all standards impressive keeping in mind that the old version was never completed and many of its contents were missing at the time of closer because of the lack of time.
The new version of “the-ponder.com” is now on air, and it is thriving. The ponder will grow and gets bigger every day. your support and participation will certainly grow and will get more listening.
The new version of “the-ponder.com” is now launched, and it will build up by adding something new every day. It’ll be dynamic with updates and daily additions including a new “thought” every day. It’ll be more interactive, and it’ll allow a large space for others to express their views, feed back, and any clever ideas to share with the browsers of this website.
There will be something for everyone I hope, and there will be a good space for medical students and the young newly qualified doctors . There will be a lot of space for those who suffer from illnesses and are not quite sure what do, and how it is going to be with their illnesses in the future(prognosis).
I had a promise from some of my patients to write about their own experience with their illnesses, and how they managed to carry on living happily and positively. I had promises as well from some people who had the ability to write about life and living, and those will have unlimited space and freedom to write and share their thinking with us.
There will be a lot of changes over time, but one thing will remain the same however; a promise to keep “The Ponder” in your possession. The Ponder will remain your property, your servant, and your source of the latest information that you may need to know about.
The Ponder will also keep its promise to speak your language and to talk to you in the simplest way that you’ll find easy and understandable.
This is a good chance for all of us to work together to help distribute the knowledge, the valuable advice, and the kindness between us and for every one else who may suffer from a given illness or feels unhappy for some reason.
M Belhag, Editor in chief.