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Pana si Papa recomanda retelele sociale

Mai pe scurt el recomanda crestinilor retelele sociale pentru a realiza noi prietenii, doar ca trebuie sa fie atenti la riscuri.

Probabil se refera la: sa nu spui pe Twitter ca pleci de acasa cand toata lumea are adresa ta (inclusiv hotii), sa nu pui pe Facebook poze cu tine beat mort cand esti prieten cu toti colegii de serviciu, sa nu te imprietenesti cu amanta pe Facebook daca esti insurat, sa nu iti injuri prieteni pe blog cand stii ca te citesc etc.

“In the digital world, transmitting information increasingly means making it known within a social network where knowledge is shared in the context of personal exchanges. The clear distinction between the producer and consumer of information is relativised and communication appears not only as an exchange of data, but also as a form of sharing. … On the other hand, this is contrasted with the limits typical of digital communication: the one-sidedness of the interaction, the tendency to communicate only some parts of one’s interior world, the risk of constructing a false image of oneself, which can become a form of self-indulgence”.

“Ever greater involvement in the public digital forum, created by the so-called social networks, helps to establish new forms of interpersonal relations, influences self-awareness and therefore inevitably poses questions not only of how to act properly, but also about the authenticity of one’s own being. …. In the search for sharing, for ‘friends’, there is the challenge to be authentic and faithful, and not give in to the illusion of constructing an artificial public profile for oneself.

“The new technologies allow people to meet each other beyond the confines of space and of their own culture, creating in this way an entirely new world of potential friendships. This is a great opportunity, but it also requires greater attention to and awareness of possible risks. Who is my ‘neighbour’ in this new world? Does the danger exist that we may be less present to those whom we encounter in our everyday life? Is there is a risk of being more distracted because our attention is fragmented and absorbed in a world ‘other’ than the one in which we live? Do we have time to reflect critically on our choices and to foster human relationships which are truly deep and lasting? It is important always to remember that virtual contact cannot and must not take the place of direct human contact with people at every level of our lives”.

Sursa, via Stefan Murgeanu

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