Making a case for online compassion, D. Parker writes, “Strong, confident people don’t have to judge, or tear others down.”
When you rise
bring others with you;
when you descend,
invite no one else along.
Sometimes you will hate.
Sometimes you will be indifferent.
Sometimes you will despair.
Was there always so much anger in the world or does the internet just give it a longer reach?
I guess there were always bullies, meanies, thugs, just generally, nasties.
Maybe there were cave people who told other cave people they were terrible at cave drawings.
But the vitriol online? Treating others as you would want to be treated hasn’t changed because of the anonymity of the internet.
The internet can bring people together, to help, to spread information, but it also has a sinister side where people abuse, use, and destroy others, sometimes for sport.
There are too many Human Tornados – charming and convincing, they cut a path of destruction wherever they…
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