The convenience of reacting versus the journey of insighting

If we look at stories, media, and most popular platforms of communication, they are designed to stimulate “engagements” and “interactions”. In a sense, the structures that surround us make it very easy to react.

But does liking, haha-ing, and sharing really mean we are engaging the content and the author? Does commenting on a post really mean there is authentic human interaction?

In a world that expects instant reaction, maybe the invitation is to take the time to absorb and make sense, then release back into the world the meaning we add. Maybe the insights we share could be what another may need to brighten their day.


Luke 8:19-21. Hear the word of God and act on it

[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 263: SEPTEMBER 20, 2022]

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