How Our Life Purpose Has Now Been Reduced To Facebook Likes

Self-esteem and worthiness has now gone digital. Many will post what they think is a brilliant image, update, video, selfie, or a share, then hold their breath in anticipation hoping that someone “likes” their post. Then they feel empowered once someone does.

They feel that they’re hip, that they’re relevant, funny and interesting, and not a boring aloof dunce. That they’re one of the cool kids.

Then there’s the feeling of dejection, failure, if they don’t get a single like. What’s wrong with me? Doesn’t no one like or care …

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Our Well Being And Purpose Has Been Reduced To Facebook Likes

Self-esteem has now gone digital. Many will post what they think is a brilliant image, update, video, selfie, or a “share,” then hold their breath in anticipation, hoping that someone “likes” their post. Then they feel empowered by it. They feel that they’re hip, that they’re relevant, funny and interesting, and not a boring aloof dunce.

Then there’s the feeling of dejection, failure, if they don’t get a single like. What’s wrong with me? The proper response, should be that you don’t care what anyone thinks, this on how others …

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