We help the world hurt less and love more, one soul at a time. Neugroove provides gentle, consistent reminders to be more compassionate toward yourself and others.
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Is the idea of “no one cares” part of our cultural history of ignoring and suppressing feelings? Is the idea of “work harder” part of our country’s history of Rugged Individualism? From wherever “no one cares – work harder” comes, it’s certainly not something I want to embrace. And, more importantly, it’s something I want to speak out against now that I know better.
There has been a lot of discussion on the responsibility of social media platforms to take responsibility for the content posted by their users. The Constitution provides some regulation on free speech and there are limits, but is it the responsibility of the social media platform to act as the free speech police? Should a social media platform allow users to post anything, regardless of the content?
What if the users were to accept the responsibility for what they post AND for what they read?
Do you live your life based on the doctrine of “I have the right, so I should,” or do you live a more thoughtful life by considering how your actions affect others?What does it really mean to have the “right” to do something and who decides what our “rights” are within our societal group? Are we given greater rights if we share the same gender, ethnicity, level of education, economic class, and ideas as those who determine our rights?