Gossip, Rumors, Fake News And Lies Can Kill People

Gossip, Rumors, Fake News And Lies Can Kill People
Close friends and loved ones are those people who know so much about you but yet keep your secrets to themselves.

It's sad that the cardinal rules of relationships are broken so often these days just so that people we know so well can get a foot inside a door.

Take good care of a plant and it grows into a strong and healthy tree that gives us tasty fruits to relish and enjoy.

Work hard on your dreams and life shall grant you with the freedom and random opportunities that you so truly deserve.

People often jump to conclusions far too easily these days...

A breaking news story that's splashed across multiple websites and apps may ruin the reputation of the greatest celebrity that ever lived.

It would be wise to patiently analyze all information that you read and hear before you come to your own conclusions.

It's well said that we should analyze and not judge...

A few years ago, the brother of a serial killer was mistakenly assumed to be the serial killer initially.

This grave mistake could have cost the innocent brother his life.

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Thankfully, the cops did not blindly move into this house with all guns blazing else the wrong guy would have been killed.

Spend less time on spreading rumors and gossip on social media websites.

Nowadays, pictures that claim cures for Cancer are being distributed on social networking sites such as Facebook and most of those pictures actually end up getting Millions of likes without Mr. Zuckerberg doing anything about it.

It's a crying shame that innocent users are made to believe that a "like" given by them can help cure Cancer.

It's a rabid lie when someone posts a picture of a fatal car accident that took place and claims that they will donate $1 to the family of the deceased each time someone pressed the "like" button for that picture on Facebook.

Keep your eyes and ears wide open dear reader.

The end of the road is not always the end but could very well be a new beginning.

Don't assume anything, trust no one, analyze don't judge, and don't while away your time on social networking websites.

Savio DSilva
Savio DSilva
Audio Book Creator. Life Coach. Soft Skills Trainer. Counselor.
Meditation Practitioner. Food Technologist. Frugal Marketer.

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