The Internet is Dehumanizing Us

Daily I am staggered by the things people will say under the protection of a username that they wouldn’t say in real life. This is probably bothering me more than normal because of the Cincinnati Zoo news stores and of course all the political coverage that we’re going to have to endure for a lot longer than I really want to.

What happened to “if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all?”  When did we become a society of judge-y, b*tchy, d*cks?

I believe in a collective consciousness that connects all of us, so when we’re an a** under a pen name we’re sending that vibration right back to ourselves. No wonder we’re so angry. We keep feeling the pain we’re sending into the world.  Can you imagine the power we would feel if instead we were human and decent to each other?

If your first reaction to reading a news story is to become self righteous and jump to comments and spew hate, them maybe you should disconnect from the internet for a very long time and remember what it’s like to be a human.

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