If you’d like a major dose of negativity – read the comments section. Youtube, Facebook and news articles are hotspots for trolling, vileness, vulgarity and attack. While there are positive and uplifting comments, they tend to be overshadowed by the crass. It seems that there are certain kinds of people who feed off of this negativity: those who desire to be negative, disrespectful and ignorant and those who feel the need to defend themselves, but do so in a very disparaging way. It is not easy to read the sexist, racist, bigoted comments and not want to comment as well. I guess the question we need to be asking ourselves is do we choose to stoop to their level? Do we choose to engage in that low vibratory energy no matter how right or justified we think we are? People who feel the need to spread hate are very stuck in their ego, very out of touch with their Soul and very asleep to who they truly are. Maybe, instead of contributing to the argument or giving them a good tongue lashing, we should just say a prayer for them that love finds its way into their heart. Even better, do your best to avoid them. Make the conscientious choice to not allow that kind of energy into your life and avoid the comments section all together.
I read a reversed poem by a 14 year old and really loved the concept. I felt inspired to create my own on the topic of comments as a reflection of society. First, read the poem from top to bottom and then again, but from the bottom to the top.
Social media remarks as a reflection of our society:
Ignorance , hateful, hurtful comments
Love, understanding and acceptance
Break each other down
Lift each other up
Hate, nasty names and hiding behind pseudonyms
Allowing it to spread and take over until it’s all that is
Love is the only hope and way to lead us out of the darkness
In LOVE, Adrienne :)
Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.