Find something to get excited about and focus on that. The news cycle on social media offers the exact opposite of that advice, and drags the viewer down into a trench of dirty water. There’s sewage there, as well as the corpses of reptiles, amphibians, insects and a few mammals. One longs for a psychic shower after scrolling for too long down there.
There’s just as much beauty in the world as there always was, but it won’t be found online. A genuine smile from a complete stranger carries a wallop greater than a million likes or shares. Making a child laugh is better than clocking a thousand visitors to your page.
It’s easy to become addicted to a glowing screen, but harder to become addicted to the give and take of real life. The possibilities are endless out there. Good and bad things happen all the time. Real opportunity awaits.