Three Hundred Twenty-Three

Social media tends to encourage a rush to judgment simply by the immediacy of feedback. Sometimes, I am guilty of failing to give adequate consideration to the ramifications of ideas expressed by others on social media. I see a comment or read a report and, instead of giving sufficient analytical thought about the matter, I react to it. Emotions, rather than reason, spark my response. That’s something I don’t like about social media or, rather, the way I react to it. That warrants attention and I will give it mine.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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