Nowadays, I do a lot of writing on my phone.
Whether I am making a list, writing a poem or typing up a new blog post the words are most likely to be started and stored in this device that can fit in our hands.
In the past few years it has become so much easier to convey and put our thoughts out there, with a few taps of our fingers and an Internet connection. Instead of publishing books, sending mail, or even working on laptops, people can know what I am thinking in mere seconds.
These little devices connect us to everything, everyone and everywhere. It is crazy, but good crazy.
Not to mention, so very convenient. It allows people like me to access and start blogs, YouTube channels, and more to share with others of the same mind. We can create our dreams, and tool to start with is right in our hands.
The internet is a very opinionated place.
It is also a very judgemental place, but an opinion (in my opinion) should not be judged.
Everyone has a different view on things, and everyone is their own person, therefor there will always be people that will disagree with each other.
Here are some words to live by; “I will respect someone’s opinion if their opinion is respectful, not only to me but to everyone.”
So before you hit the “comment”, “send” or “reply” button, remember that you should not attack someone else over their opinion, or their views on our very complex, opinionated and judgmental world.
I know it is okay to make misteaks.
Mistakes help you learn. Without them everyone would be perfect, and what fun is a world filled with perfect human beings? There would be no new discoveries, no lessons learned.
So mistakes are good, mistakes are okay.
The thing is, sometimes there is no room for errors. For example, in an essay that will be marked by a teacher, or in an important text to your friend or family member.
Well, I obviously want a “carrier” in writing, I totally mean “coin dance” and I am very “prude” of this letter so far.
Thank you autocorrect, for making mistakes for me.
Sincerely, Sarah Hesp
PS. I know I spelled my name right, and so does everyone else.