The corona virus quarantine must have turned me into an FB denizen. Every week I get tons of:
“You have been identified as one of the top fans of (FB page). Go get your badge now.”
1. I read every page I see on my own news feed. This is good because I make time to know current ideologies and what modern people think about.
2. My movements are tracked and no longer private. This is bad because I take my privacy seriously. In fact, my blogs and post are neither chronological nor scheduled as they happen.
And badges for fans? I guess at a certain point in life, one outgrows being a fan of anything. In fact, I can’t even recall how it felt like to be a screaming fan anymore—or being dewy eyed listening to my favorite singers.
Does age turn one into a cynic? I hope not. I guess interests change with the passing of years. And we begin to have a different definition of what is important.
So what’s important?
“ . . . be careful how you live. Don’t live like fools, but like those who are wise. Make the most of every opportunity in these evil days.” (Ephesians 5:15-16 NLT)