In a world where everyone is fixated on being seen, there is no such thing as privacy .
Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram rule our lives.
Paparazzi snap pictures of celebs and their kids with no regard for human decency.
Everyone has to be noticed. All you do has to be shared, liked, reposted, retweeted.
You simply must snap a picture of the food you eat for the Gram.
Record your tenth anniversary dinner on Facebook Live.
Tweet about the time you lost your car keys.
Send a Snapchat with your rose colored headband to all your friends.
Everything is share worthy and nothing is private anymore.
It is like we value our worth by how many likes we get. How many retweets and shares.
We mistake it for closeness with others. Our “family” becomes our Facebook friends and Twitter followers.
Our need to be seen masks the insecurities we hide deep within our souls.
We’re extremely loud and incredibly close to nothing but a screen. Nothing but false connections.