Arguing Online

Arguing: I spent years. Likely hundreds of hours online bickering back and forth with “stupid” people online and in real life. It was an addiction. I almost physically couldn’t help myself. My ego thinks it’s fun. (still does). But over time and with maturity I have realized there literally is no point. You can play chess with a pigeon, win and he will still strut around the board and poop on it like he won.

Truth doesn’t need a champion. It doesn’t need to be argued. It simply is.

What I am seeing now is actually even more entertaining and way less effort. These 3D die-hards WANT to argue so badly. When you won’t and simply say “We will have to agree to disagree” they lose their minds.

Just as satisfying. Just as funny.
Far less of a time and energy suck.

On with the show and focus on the good 🙂

Facebook Friends Aren’t “Real” Friends..

Online Friends Aren’t “Real” Friends…

I have heard this time and time again and frankly? I simply do not believe that to be true.
Over the years I have met, online through various sites, likely a couple of thousand people in person. Only a very very few weren’t just as they seemed online. There are many more of you I would love to meet offline at some point. Some of you I have become so enamored with that I have kept you for nearly 2 decades now and I fully believe that we will be friends for life. (you all know who you are 😉 )


I currently have nearly 5,000 friends on Facebook.
It has been a weeding process for sure, but what in life isn’t a process of trial and error?
Even some that haven’t made the cut have ended up as entertainment for myself and in turn for those who read my wall.
There are no accidents. We come in contact with, meet and converse with and yes, even become friends with those who we are supposed to in the grand scheme of things on a Universal level.


We are living in an unprecedented time of open world wide communication. Never before in history have we been able to befriend someone half way around the world and keep in touch with them in real time. Go by how you feel. If you have a connection with someone, don’t let anyone tell you that isn’t real. Talking with and befriending people in person or other wise always leads to an enriched life and view of the world.


Chat away people! Facebook is fun, allows you to be creative and is far cheaper than therapy! LOL


Sincerely,
Sarah