Can we all agree to just let go? To stop caring that we might miss something big, something important? Reality is, we are all missing something important in front of us every day, while we carefully scan our feeds, our feeds, our FEEDS, missing the suffering, the joy, the simple state of being all around us. Our families and friends, our neighbours, our complete strangers.

This is an interesting post by Chris Bowler. I don't think we need to let go and stop caring, but we could certainly be a little more selective about when we do care. Everything we share is a choice, a question of whether what we are about to share is of worth and meaning to those we share it with. I suspect that we can all raise the bar on this value judgement a little.

Similarly, we can be selective about what, and how closely we follow.

(Obviously every word on this blog is always of critical importance.)


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