Facebook is probably one of the most used social media sites in the entire world. I mean, anytime relatives are on Facebook – including some grandparents – and more active than I am, I’m sure that’s indicative of it’s transition from a social networking site for college students to a site where you can connect with the one person who borrowed your pencil in second grade.
Something about Facebook always felt really shallow to me, to be honest. While I’ve used it and currently still do, there is something quite shallow and slightly narcissistic about it. Think about it. We often use Facebook to share our highs, post our favorite photographs from vacation and connect with old friends. But when you think about it, if we’re not careful, Facebook can very quickly become a place where we often feel the temptation to covet and envy – especially when someone else is gloating about something they we ourselves want.