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Love, Joy & Social Media

I read something the other day that said "never waste your time trying to explain who you are to people who are committed to misunderstanding you." - I would had "or misrepresenting you." 
So I don't. 
In a world of social media, people use "Friend" "Follow" and other forms of social media interaction as swords and tools of manipulation, protection, leverage in relationships. It's a weird world we've spun in this way. We block people, we unfriend and unfollow. It's got me to spend a great deal of time thinking of what relationships really should be. 
In scripture there's a lot about how we should be interacting with our brothers and sisters. 
I like how the Voice translates the oft quoted (and misquoted) I Corinithans 13: 
Love is patient. 
Love is kind.  Love isn't envious, doesn't boast, brag or strut about. There's no arrogance in love.  It's never rude, crude or indecent - it's not self-absorbed.  Love isn&…

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