I find myself in the real world more often now than I can remember. Before this, I have been immersed in the digital world, and before that it was my own imaginations and emotions. I find that the happier I am, the less I feel this digital world is needed. It truly is an area to fill a void. It also happens to be an area where people delve out and explore their negativity. I find that I see too much of it and wonder how much growth it actually brings the world. I appreciate all of the positive meme’s too, but I cherish those who share their accomplishments. I also am addicted to seeing a failure shared. If you’re a simple person, you can boost your confidence off of it. If you’re strategic, you’ll know that this is just their first step to what’s next.
I often tell people of why I stopped writing posts online and how only being negative would actually track traffic. It was easy for me to simply hate on something. It’s easy to pick this world apart, what is bewildering to me is why we can’t move past this. Is there a connection between a time in our life where we can only see the negativity, and when we are online? Are both of these connected to the desire for immersion in the digital world?
This year I hope to write more on here and share other things. Like my photos and accomplishments. Hopefully, I’ll keep the positive flow with it.