Mysterious ways

Inscrutable handprint

Inscrutable, a word I learned today. One of the synonyms is mysterious. I looked it up. In this self-possessive age where people post anything about themselves online, there is no mystery left. It’s like marriage. If you tell everything about yourself at once, there’s nothing new to know about the person. You should get to know a person little by little. On the internet, you have a choice. You neither choose what you post or do the opposite. You also don’t need to follow the crowd. Daring to be different should be the new sexy.

I think it’s easier for an introvert to keep things to themselves. People might say you’re weird but what is so wrong with that? That what life is about, different people. What is weird to one person, it’s normal for another. Before judging, we should respect others for what they are. If someone wants to post everything about themselves, they should be allowed to. But they also need to think the about consequences. Thinking before posting is a better option. If someone wants to keep things private, they should be allowed to.

I don’t have the need to tell things online. I like moving in mysterious ways. Some things I can reveal about myself like I have on this blog. But I don’t want unnecessary attention. There’s been enough of attention in the past in real life. The internet is a big place and there is a lot of bad people. I’ve had to handle with a lot of a-holes and I don’t want to meet them online. That’s not the reason though. I’m just a private person. My parents gave me enough of attention so I don’t have to search for it elsewhere. I can share opinions and about experiences but that as far it goes. Honor the inscrutable, I say.

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