Standing Alone

I am sure we can all agree that this world is obsessed with quantity, especially in one’s social life. We are often bombarded by sometimes unuttered questions such as: How many followers do you have? How many likes did you get?

Do you know that those social media apps could die? Most will eventually. The likes that we seem to live or die for will not last forever. 

Just like Digg. Now you can read titles like this about the platform:

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The same goes for the endorsement we feel we need from certain peers in our social circles. People come and go in this life. C’est la vie. My challenge to you is be intentional about who you want to hang around for the long haul. Seek quality people to do life with you. However, if you don’t find a character suitable at this moment, please don’t settle! Stand alone and run your own race! The validation of others isn’t worth potentially violating your principles – and if you can’t stand alone, that is exactly what you will do. When the character that you decided to cleave to puts you in a position where you need to choose their pseudo-loyalty or a principle you have, if you can’t stand alone, you’ll violate it. And all that’s going to do is place you further away from the standard you want to reach. But if you have the wherewithal to go it alone in that situation who knows how far you’ll go.

At the peak of the steepest mountains there’s very rarely room for two.

See you tomorrow for Meek Means Freedom.

4 thoughts on “Standing Alone

  1. The majority of this generation seeks entirely too much validation through social media and it’s actually very sad!! I love the message you’re sending here! Great post and I’m glad to have came across it! I look forward to reading more of your posts!
    I run a blog here on WordPress too and would love to connect with you! Here’s one of my most recent (favorite) posts! If you’re in the mood for a quick read, I love for you to stop by anytime!!
    https://jessierenea.com/beautymarks-4-reasons-to-embrace-your-stretch-marks

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