I know you do not know 

That is the basic premise people have when engaging in conversations quite often.

That saying “waiting for your turn to talk” or so it goes, is ever more so true for social media interactions covered by anonymity.

I don’t want to read and understand what you say, I do not care about your opinion I already know you do not know any better than me, in fact my opinion is better than yours because it is mine after all and hence I do not have to learn anything from you.

Wouldn’t it be nice if we were willing to spend more time listening and reading critically what others say or write and then evaluate the quality of the information we were provided with serious sources instead of preferring always to offend, get offended, ignore and get ignored by others?

Laurel and Hardy

This is my response to my first prompt a

prophecy

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