I got back on Facebook the other day.
I’m an older millennial. I remember life before social media.
I can’t stand just having relationships online. Especially if I have your number and know you.
I’ve quit social media. Stopped relationships. I don’t do fake, foolish, or feeling like an inconvenience, bother, or afterthought.
I used to post what I thought were good and wise things. I had my blog linked to post as soon as I published.
People barely engaged. Few likes. Few comments. It frustrated me. That’s part of why I shut it down.
I’ve had a page for a while now. No friends. No ability to be found. I would lurk in the shadows. Keeping up with what I could.
In February I started adding friends.
Then I got some ideas for stuff I wanna do. I needed to make friends on Facebook to set things in motion.
Granted, I’m not the only friend ppl have. And I am up and active earlier than others. Aaaaand I don’t work a traditional job.
I posted the link to the blogs the past few days. I made several posts this morning.
Not a single word was said.
Aaaaand guess what? More mature me is okay with that.
I don’t need adulation, praise, confirmation, or approval.
I KNOW what I’m saying is what should be said.
What matters is that I do what I should do.
The ppl who need to see it will see it.
I just have to walk out this yes I gave.
One waters, one plants, and God gives the increase (1 Corinthians 3:6). It’s all for His glory and to bless others.