Why is it that whenever an individual stays offline for an unusual duration (maybe 1 week or more) they suddenly feel they’ve achieved a great deal and thus should be given some accolades.
Recently someone called me a fake friend because according to her she’s been offline for some time and I didn’t border to give her a call to know why, “what if I had died,” she queried.
To think that her absence was inconspicuous irks me, talk more of her myopic remark😡.
I need some clarity here! Does staying online validate our existence? She’s actually not the first to play this card neither will she be the last. It has been recurring. That you are someone who likes to post excessively on social media and then suddenly there’s been nothing from you in a while, ain’t it logical for me to think that you’ve been too busy to post lately or some other genuine reasons?
Should I be conformed to think that the worst has happened to you? It’s not like I chat everyone on my contact daily… When I’m not running a Daycare 😒.
Staying offline is not a plaque, life still goes on. Don’t guilt-trip people because they didn’t call. Wait a minute! Does staying offline deprive a person of making calls? If you weren’t given a call, couldn’t you have called?
We should cease glorifying staying offline like it is equivalent to climbing Mount Everest. Anyone can be offline, it is not a hard thing to do. There are a thousand and one things a person can do to warrant commendation and staying offline is not one of it…absolutely not!