Inkdrops carries a broad range of topics. It tries to ignore biases occasioned by nationality, age, gender, or religious and political affiliations. It promises candor, thinking aloud on a hodgepodge of tales, opinion, and advocacies, among other matters of human interest. It aims to incite pondermania. In a world of darkness, it seeks to illuminate. Inkdrops encourages its readers to contribute priceless pieces of their minds to this fiesta of truth, hope, and goodwill. Articles or comments are welcome. Guests who sign up are given contributor roles.
So go ahead, contend with your ideas. A drop of ink may make a million think, says George Gordon Byron.