Don’t call attention to yourself;
let others do that for you.
If you’ve done something special – it will get the attention of others – you won’t need to tell everyone.
Self-promotion has become an art form in modern culture – social media has all the trappings for the narcissist; yet, it also provides an incredible opportunity for us. It is pretty clear that a lot of people think that the world is revolving around them. The social platform has many negatives, but it also has many, many positives. It gives us the ability to network and connect globally as if we’re all local neighbors having coffee and bumping into one another on a downtown street.
Courtesy, ethics, and good manners should govern our conversations and connections on the social media platform as in public life.
Drawing attention to ourselves is not the goal – we should work to live commendable lives but should refrain from lavishing praise upon ourselves and our good works. Let’s leave that for others.
Jesus rebuked the Pharisees because they demanded prominent places and attention drawing clothes.
“Woe to you Pharisees, because you love the most important seats in the synagogues and respectful greetings in the marketplaces.” (Luke 11:43)
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