I get this question all the time. “How do I find my purpose?” Some people find their purpose in a fight. In a mission. In a cause… Brandon explained that the people who join these radical groups, or any group, were probably suffering in life. And they wanted to fill a hole. They wanted what any human wants: a feeling of belonging. That’s the powerful force pulling them in.
Just like sex sells, so do tabloids and sadly, the written word is becoming less “written” and more clickbait.
Social media is a psychological enabler. It enables the everyday person to broadcast their darkest thoughts instead of getting help. This problem is exacerbated by internet celebrities who do this on a massive scale.
If an idea is good, money is a side effect. Ideas are the real currency.
The couple is ready to welcome child #3.
Since I joined Facebook, Twitter and Instagram way back 2009, this is the first time that I’ve deactivated.
Return an email to someone from 10 years ago that you’ve never returned.
Study all of your failures. What are you doing wrong?
Am I making a difference, or putting all of my effort into something that truly goes unnoticed?
This is not going to be a think piece on how the internet is ruining dating or blah blah blah because frankly dating has always been horrible and nobody should doing it anyway. This is about how I’ve convinced myself that my one ongoing and long-lasting relationship is with the internet and he is the woooooorst boyfriend of all time.