@griz I think the more people these days tend to tie their self-confidence based on how many “followers” or “likes” they have. It says a lot about what they find important in the world and about themselves. I worry for the younger generations where kids are finding their self worth in social networking profiles like Instagram and Facebook. We often forget that our self worth stems from how much we love and appreciate ourselves (I definitely know I am at fault for this at times); not how many others online give us attention or praise us. Genuine compliments outside of Facebook or other social media platforms are hard to come by these days. The less I find myself involved in social media, the more connected I feel to myself. Thankfully, I came across Soulpancake and now Soul Sequel. It’s nice change for interaction on the internet. I’m sure this doesn’t apply to everyone. I know facebook and other social media platforms are amazing for promoting one’s business, staying connected to distant relatives, etc. I just prefer to hang around those who aren’t constantly worried about posting our moments immediately on social media for attention. I like to see others being able to appreciate their life without the “Likes”. I think there is room for a good balance between both, but it is hard to come by.