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Likes On Instagram Sayings By Leonard Sax: When parents matter more than peers, they can teach right and wrong in a meaningful When parents matter more than peers, they can teach right and wrong in a meaningful way. They can prioritize attachments within the family over attachments with same-age peers. They can foster better relationships between their child and other adults. They can help their child develop a more robust and more authentic sense of self, grounded not in how many "likes" a photo gets on Instagram or Facebook but in the child's truest nature. They can educate desire, instilling a longing for higher and better things, in music, in the arts, and in one's own character. — Leonard Sax
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Likes On Instagram Sayings By John Battelle: I have done a pretty good job of partitioning my life digitally, posting utterances and I have done a pretty good job of partitioning my life digitally, posting utterances and stories that I'm happy to share with anyone on Twitter, leaving a few sparse comments and 'Likes' on Facebook (I'm not a huge user of the service, I'll be honest), and sending any number of photos to thousands of 'followers' on Instagram and Tumblr. — John Battelle
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Paul R. Ehrlich: All scientists who've looked at it know we have to phase away from burning fossil All scientists who've looked at it know we have to phase away from burning fossil fuels. That means we've got to put a lot of effort into alternate energy technologies, but we're still subsidizing fossil fuels and not subsidizing most of the alternatives. It's not going to be an easy transition. — Paul R. Ehrlich
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Kristopher Belman: Never be afraid to chase your dream at any age. Never be afraid to chase your dream at any age. — Kristopher Belman
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Ayaan Hirsi Ali: There are some mosques with facilities for women; it's usually a back room with a There are some mosques with facilities for women; it's usually a back room with a back-door entrance. — Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Parul Sehgal: Jealousy likes photos, that's why instagram is such a hit. Jealousy likes photos, that's why instagram is such a hit. — Parul Sehgal
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Ingrid Michaelson: What you see online isn't real. How many likes you get on Instagram doesn't have What you see online isn't real. How many likes you get on Instagram doesn't have any bearing on how good of a person you are, how good your heart is. It's all for fun; it shouldn't affect you so deeply. — Ingrid Michaelson
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Leigh Bardugo: You heard Prince Perfect," Mal said, and joined us at the table. Nikolai grinned. "I've You heard Prince Perfect," Mal said, and joined us at the table. Nikolai grinned. "I've had a lot of nicknames, but that one is easily the most accurate. — Leigh Bardugo
Likes On Instagram Sayings By James Broughton: Everything is Song. Everything is Silence. Since it all turns out to be illusion, perfectly Everything is Song. Everything is Silence. Since it all turns out to be illusion, perfectly being what it is, having nothing to do with good or bad, you are free to die laughing. — James Broughton
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Anonymous: Snapchat has a lot less social pressure attached to it compared to every other popular Snapchat has a lot less social pressure attached to it compared to every other popular social media network out there. This is what makes it so addicting and liberating. If I don't get any likes on my Instagram photo or Facebook post within 15 minutes you can sure bet I'll delete it. Snapchat isn't like that at all and really focuses on creating the Story of a day in your life, not some filtered/altered/handpicked highlight. It's the real you. — Anonymous
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Richelle Mead: How was it that Adrian Ivashkov, who never seemed to take anything seriously was the How was it that Adrian Ivashkov, who never seemed to take anything seriously was the only one among these "responsible" people who paid attention to such small details? How was he the only one to really understand the magnitude of what I was feeling? — Richelle Mead
Likes On Instagram Sayings By David Brooks: Social networking technology allows us to spend our time engaged in a hypercompetitive struggle for Social networking technology allows us to spend our time engaged in a hypercompetitive struggle for attention, for victories in the currency of "likes." People are given more occasions to be self-promoters, to embrace the characteristics of celebrity, to manage their own image, to Snapchat out their selfies in ways that they hope will impress and please the world. This technology creates a culture in which people turn into little brand managers, using Facebook, Twitter, text messages, and Instagram to create a falsely upbeat, slightly overexuberant, external self that can be famous first in a small sphere and then, with luck, in a large one. The manager of this self measures success by the flow of responses it gets. The social media maven spends his or her time creating a self-caricature, a much happier and more photogenic version of real life. People subtly start comparing themselves to other people's highlight reels, and of course they feel inferior. — David Brooks
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Listen my children and you shall hear, Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere Listen my children and you shall hear, Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: If you dance to rhythm of music in your heart, you will restore your soul, If you dance to rhythm of music in your heart, you will restore your soul, and revive your spirit. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Likes On Instagram Sayings By Nancy Jo Sales: For many girls, the pressure to be considered "hot" is felt on a nearly continual For many girls, the pressure to be considered "hot" is felt on a nearly continual basis online. The sites with which they most commonly interact encourage them to post images of themselves, and employ the "liking" feature, with which users can judge their appearance and, in effect, rate them. When girls post their pictures on Instagram or Snapchat or Facebook, they know they will be judged for their "hotness," and in a quantifiable way, with numbers of likes. Social media, which gave us selfies, seems to encourage an undue focus on appearance for everyone, but for girls, this focus is combined with a pervasive sexualization of girls in the wider culture, an overarching trend which is already having serious consequences. — Nancy Jo Sales