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Virtual sympathy can never fill the empty stomachs.
CA Pooja Kabra
If only smileys could have filled hunger, there would have been no poverty on Earth.
Help the less fortunate, you be amazed at the knowledge they have, the knowledge you don’t find in likes and happy faces on social media.
Sympathized in the limelight while ignored in streetlights.
Linda S. Mansolf
People can be ignorant to those in need
Virtual empathy doesn’t count,
Physical involvement is a necessity…
Today’s reality is chasing likes, smiles and attention from the virtual world than giving freely to the deserving one that is worth having it!
Sheela P M
Absence of presence to reality is devaluing humanity.
Virtual reality is drastically killing the quality of benignity.
Emojis, smiles and likes cannot compete with compassion, generosity and kindness in the real world.
Yes, I do “play” to survive but I also do “live “to get a glance of admittance and heartfelt smile from the passerby’s!
Social media has the power to keep you glued to your tab and ignore the dulcet music of the real world.
The cosmetic of social media has destroyed humanity not to come in terms with reality.
Online technology connects humans yet disconnects humanity.
In our new world of the internet, the closest that all people really care about Is to send a smiling face blinded by the needs of others.
Everyone is in virtual reality. So many emotes today with no contact and of no human value.
Overindulgence in a virtual world makes you blind for real-world realities.
It’s only the smileys that smile at me
While others dodge and shove me!
The imprisonment of a virtual world denies the existence of the present reality…
Hungry stomach can never satisfy its hunger with words of appreciations or emotions.
We are too blindfolded by the virtual world to feel the real pain of humanity
Leta Marie DeMello
If we provided our attention to the world around us, imagine the change our “likes” and “smiles” could create.
Amrita Lahiri Bhattacharya
Oh! Such an ironic situation when people are busy in social media likes and comments,
That they fail to recognize when poor and destitute laments!
Lou Angelique Heruela
Man cannot live on likes and smiles alone.
Life needs more than just social validation.
Nowadays people are living the virtual reality rather than social reality.
Generation in this age is more focussing on materialising emotions than on flattering kindness.
We live in a social media bubble where we think that the emojis we send will turn into acts of kindness and perhaps will deliver some help to those who need it.
Virtual food for the virtual world.