What To Know When We Don’t Know
Social Media is very fast; maybe faster than the light-speed. And it is very big; bigger than the universe. The Facebook has changed the life of so many people, forever. It depends on each individual about how it is used, when it is used and why it is used. We believe that Social Media aims to bring people together. I doubt it is the other way round.
The darkest part of Social Media can be the using style of different generations and people. Youth tend to write their feelings and post pictures of everything that touches them. Adults tend to write about current affairs and political stuffs.
In this 21st century, it doesn’t really make sense for teachers and parents to let the students stop using internet and its features. Rather, teaching them the behavior to be on internet could be the nicest idea. Everyone will change with time, and everyone needs to cope up with what really needs to be changed.
In a very recent case, one of our most beloved Teacher has been discriminated on Facebook. It has almost been a week he left our school for further studies. And that’s why no one knows what has actually happened unexpectedly all of a sudden. Unfortunately, there wasn’t a thing we could do than to hope for a fortune.
It makes me very curious to look at that person. Not only because I want a vengeance on him/her but also am I very curious to know who on this holy earth have time and courage to do that sort of thing.
Nothing can be sure here. Not even the occupation. But at the fist notion, everyone tend to assume him/her to be a student. But sometimes, it cannot be. It might be a teacher, or general public, maybe a dropout or a passed out! Only God knows who. Maybe even God doesn’t know because Social Media can be way too anonymous sometimes.
It finally became too important to educate everyone, especially students, on how to survive on the World Wide Web. This is something we must know when we don’t know.