Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
Why do we find this very act to be difficult? We often expect respect and kindness from one another but in truth, often do not display this behavior onto others.
How often do we open our social media and see someone boasting about a good deed they did, modified pictures to show how beautiful we are or bashing one another because they have a different opinion from yourself? Does being behind a screen make it okay to lose your compassion and respect for one another? Why do we find being behind a screen make it where we find ourselves mistreating one another and boasting about all you have done and are.
Social media, can bond many of us with common causes and connecting us with many others around the world. We can grow so much as a society but we are frequently using this to separate ourselves from one another who has a differing opinion from our own. When we see someone with a differing opinion, we ready ourselves in attack mode and label this person who we often don't even know.
Our online persona is not who we truly are but yet we choose to let it affect us internally and amongst others emotionally.
Although it is difficult for many of us to hear others voices and lend a ear to understand what we may not agree with but we should be listening to each others voices because once we stop viewing others perspectives, this is the moment we are stunting ourselves in mental growth.
It sounds so simple but respect one another as you wish to be respected. Stop living and spreading hate.
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