Re: Are you on Facebook?
Nothing is so hard to contemplate; difficult to obtain; problematic to comprehend; bring under control; be rid of; feared by many; despised by more; and rejected by most than something new.
That statement is a Machiavellian paraphrase.
Here's a couple of ticklers:
Most of us fortunate have two ears, two eyes, two nostrils, two exhausts for unused intake, two brain lobes, but only one mouth. Too many of us use the last far more frequently than the former. We forget that even a fish wouldn't get into trouble if he kept his mouth shut.
Learning is living, it's the heart's beat; disable either of the former and the latter's deceased.
How many lives were, and are, lost to preserve our way of life, to retain our freedom of choice. We don't have to eat everything at the table--or even what's on our plate.
So I'm on Facebook, but I only enter that which I determine is propitious, safe, and harmless. Or so I may think at the time, but I own my mistakes just as I do successes. Mostly I'm a watcher, listener, and I'd like to think--learner. I still like to avail myself the experiences of others and how better to do that than stay connected?
Best of all I make the decision (s) when to visit, what to enter, and when to sign off. That's why I chose to live where I do.