Judging and Social Media: Most of the time I hate judgement and I have seen plenty of it lately…mostly on Facebook. People judge
- Philip Seymore Hoffman for his drug overdose,
- the Seattle Seahawks player for losing his cool after heading to the Super Bowl, t
- Payton Manning for saying something nice to Richard Sherman after his injury
- Jahi McMath’s family for wanting to give her time
- and let’s not even touch on the Coke Commercial that aired during the Super Bowl and has caused such a controversy [DN: comments about languages, ethnocentrism...]
Yesterday was Facebook’s 10 year anniversary, and they did a really cool thing which was to allow people to LOOK BACK via a video of highlights of our life on Facebook in one minute.
What can you ever really know of other people’s souls— of their temptations, their opportunities, their struggles?
The one thing that stood out to me was that 99% of the video’s were mostly about family events and milestones.
Do you think our friends would have watched so many if they were all about our careers?
"What can you ever really know of other people’s souls— of their temptations, their opportunities, their struggles? One soul in the whole creation you do know: and it is the only one whose fate is placed in your hands." —C. S. LEWIS
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