A young couple declared their love for each other on social media, mostly on Facebook because the other one uses free data.
Their respective families, friends, relatives, classmates, schoolmates, colleagues at work, neighbors, acquaintances, and others were witnesses to their immense love for each other.
The girl would post about how she misses him. How she wished he’s there hugging and kissing her, instead of talking to each other on Skype or Messenger. The guy would then post about how he loves her so much and if only she’s with him in a desert country but promises financial stabilization and wonderful future.
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How many friends do you have? Ten, five, two, one, or none? If less to none, it is either you are very intelligent or just a prick.
Studies show that average people have more friends than those intelligent ones. Can you guess why? Well, it is simply because they tend to seek emotional support and attention from others, or they simply have lust for popularity like wanting to have more followers on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. Some even find happiness when their photos posted on social media got a lot of likes or positive comments. Can you imagine that? They are happier when they spend time with friends. They feel emotionally secure when they are in a group.
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One, that home is not a place, but a feeling. Wherever you are in this world, as long as you are happy and enjoying your life alone or with your partner or loved ones, you are home. Home is where the heart is, where the happiness is.
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