So I’m back to my dusty old blog site. I realize that I still want to keep this quiet space, amidst all the other social apps (that I have currently deleted and/or inactivated).
I still like writing and sharing my thoughts and stories through blog. It’s vintage and classy. :)
So in other news, it’s been a week now since I went hiatus on Facebook. I felt the need to somehow regulate the information that I am taking in and also, the messages I am sending out.
There’s just too many information in social media that I don’t need, spiritually speaking. If I would use Philippians 4:8 – “Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things.” as my filter, then I would probably have less than 10 news on my feeds.
On the other hand, I am also checking myself, on what message I am sending to the brethren,whenever I post. Does it pass Philippians 4:8? Do I have the right motive? Is God glorified?
My discipler once told me that a powerful message is not in eloquence of words or speech, but it is the life of the person that declares the message.
How we live, move and have our being are powerful messages that people read from us.
In social media, every like, every share, every comment is a brush stroke in my personal canvass, my life’s message.
Thus, I need to step back and ponder.
What message do I want to convey?
(And the answer to that question, will probably on the next post.) :)