Wise Pick For 26 October

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Shilpika Bagh
Today’s social media ‘plight’;
confessions with no ‘copyright’.

Kate Kidd
Confess your sins and mistakes
to Facebook
and they will broadcast it
to the world.

Rinku Shah
Facebook will broadcast
every confession you make
of the present or past.

Lisa Dutkiewicz
The confession of your sin
becomes a public announcement
through your Facebook post.
Be careful of what you do boast.

Sulekha Pande
There’s no need to broadcast,
every feeling, every emotion,
every incidence of your life
on facebook.

Sherry Greene
Some of us
are a little too quick
to share our confessions
with the world.
Save a bit for yourself.

Shana Pascoe
the speaker of
today’s confessionals,
eventually in stone.

Sherilyn Campbell
It is sinful
how much time
we waste on the internet.
We were happier
before we had to compare
our lives and compete
with those on social media.

Helene Heleen Helene
Don’t make your confession
or your life announcements
on Facebook.

Phyllis Snider Boyer
Be cautious about where you
place your confidence.
Confidentiality is not a
social media trait.

Jim Joseph Sarona
The more you confess yourself
on social media,
the more you’re being propagated
and fed on prying ears.

Dianna Jacobs
is the ultimate broadcasting center
of confessing everyone’s secrets.

Gina Marino-Vitiello
Don’t use
Facebook to broadcast.
Use it to connect.

Sandy Rozelman
Facebook is no place
to broadcast your problems.

Mary Kirkpatrick
Confess your misdeeds
and do your penance.
Shared on Facebook,
it will spread with vengeance.

Linda Mansolf
Social media
will rob you of your privacy,
Be careful what you share.

Cynthia Millentree
Trying to adjust Facebook,
only makes it broadcast
louder to the world.

Deborah Taylor
Making confession on Facebook
is the same as
announcing your grievance
to the world.

Be careful while choosing
the medium to ventilate,
it might be echoed.

Nothing is hidden
in the world of social media.

soul seer
You make confessions
through social media
but it’s a hollow world,
one must confess to themselves.

Roman N. Tamang
Confessing on Facebook
means telling the whole world
what’s in your mind and heart.

There’s no such thing
as private broadcasting.
What you share
will always be out there.

Brooke Smith
our confessions.

Kristie Hanewinckel
Give your confessions
to the Lord and
allow him to humble you.
Don’t give them to social media
for people to judge
and abuse your life.

Facebook knows,
everyone knows.

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