Admit it: About 90% of the time you “Like” a post, you don’t read it all.
I mean who has time?
Really we just click “Like” so they can check out our own blog or to stamp approval on theirs or to promote ourselves across the blogosphere.
We click “Like” on Facebook to give a half-hearted nod of contribution to someone’s trivial complaint. Or a half-hearted nod to a social cause about animal-killing, oil-drilling, corporate scheming, and some guy named Kony. Or we’re just bored. Or the Like button is really saying, “Look at me.”
You can pretty much Like anything and never really invest a single thought towards it.
2/12/14 - Currently on hiatus from my ask-box! Anon is off.
Former atheist/agnostic, now a pastor and professional rambler. A recovered porn addict, skeptical Christian, intense introvert, loves Jesus. Have a B.A. in Psychology and M.Div from SEBTS. Both degrees negate each other, i.e. I'm still a dummy. Have a 5th degree black belt and I can eat five lbs. of steak in one sitting. I gave away half my salary in 2012 to fight human trafficking. Have a mixed German shepherd named Rosco, have two toenails growing out of one toe, and I'm addicted to coffee, ginger ale, and tomato juice.
Christ Is King.