Social Media: the good, the bad and the ugly By Attahiru Fadlu-rahman Manga

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Social Media: the good, the bad and the ugly By Attahiru Fadlu-rahman Manga

 

You see, you don’t need to rush in life to get what you want. At the same time, you should not be in haste to meet your destiny. Destiny here could be success, failure and or inevitable call of nature; death. Whatever is meant for you shall come to you at the due and appointed time. There’s time for everything and this belief should be enough to keep you restrained not to rush to get that which you desire. If it’s meant to be, it shall. But, if it’s not, it shall never, and there’s nothing you can do about it.

 

But today, many people have become victims of unhappiness not because of anything but because over their over ambitiousness and zealousness to get rich just to impress the street. Their aim for wanting to get rich isn’t to add any value to society but to feel among and live a kind of life perhaps social media has triggered and exposed their minds to. This is where social media negative aspect comes in and which often destroys many good men because of their weak reactions and quick responses to the displays on the cyberspace.

 

Social media to some extent has done more harm than good. It has triggered so many minds in quest for wealth and for success because of mere models being displayed on media space which represents not the reality. The displays on the media space has equally triggered competition and has caused many minds to be unrest thereby seeing themselves as failures. The truth is, behind those glamorous displays on media is an ugly stories you would never want to be associated with. Some of the smiles you see gleefully people put on, are wounded ones. It’s a pretence. Life might be never correct and stable to them even with that pretentious smile. They might be going through a lot. But deceivingly, we often forget that time is the definition of everything and we therefore get ourselves unnecessarily bothered, worried, hurt and unrest for a mere displays on media thinking we’re not doing well enough or putting in our best enough.

 

There’s time for everything. The good and bad. If it’s about success, do not rush. Your time will come. Others’ time came, and they were successful. What you posses today came at the due time when you’re supposed to have it, perhaps when you least or never expected it. There are millions of others who do not have what you have now simply because it isn’t their time yet. Be thankful and have a believe that what you currently want and which isn’t forthcoming is because it isn’t your time yet. Your time will come. Hold on to that believe firmly.

 

Avoid competition because it nurses jealousy which in turn gives birth to hatred, unhappiness and discomfort which as a result give birth peacelessness and psychological distress marrying social imbalance. And psychological distress gives birth to physiological damage and unrest. Consequently, all of these collectively translate to immoral exposure to criminal-thinking and violence which will intoxicantly trigger you to rush for wealth without waiting for the right and the due time. These afore-outlined have lowly taken down and influenced negatively on the relevance of morality thus robbed the existence of religious system.

 

Many good number of people had fallen because of their quest for wealth and through their short cuts to short success. They made it but couldn’t last in and with it. They could not sustain it. These facts and realities are around us daily but we are failing to see them as deterrent and that’s because we are also blind and indifferent in the game. There’s always time everything provided you’re hopeful and stay connected to putting in your best by sincere struggle day-in-day-out.

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