You and I are merely pilgrims on this earth. Each day we may come into contact with beautiful souls that enables our spiritual lights to illuminate and shine so bright. Sadly, belignant souls are on the prowl seeking to distort, destroy and complicated the bonding of spiritual beings which is the essence of love.
Online as we call it is far beyond the feeble mind that fails to understand that it is actually the spiritual ground where spirits meet and bond. Cyberspace is the vehicle that transports the spirit entity to distant lands traveling at the speed of light across the horizons.
When an individual is online, their perception and intellect heightens...beams of energy travels through open skies conquering time and distance-passing thousands or even millions of humans to make connection with the even one individual.
For example..It is often mention that the pen speaks of matters of the heart; this is quite true..while it may be somewhat easy to probably tell someone you love them; you will have time to evaluate and correct your statements when writing- words are sometimes erased and re-aligned accordingly in regards to one's perception.
With that said-Can anyone really delete my online friends?
Of course not..images or the database refer here to as the "contact list" may be tampered with; however, tormented spirits wanders the earth searching for love ones. Especially when their hearts are bonded; they need no computer..no internet service, no form of communication technology whatsoever.
The crushed spirit crosses rivers and oceans, streams and valleys, mountains that reach up to the heavens to align back the path paved with love. If it's even the gentle wind, you will feel the presence as long as both are on the same spiritual realm of caring for each other.
Love transcends all matters...there is no sense deleting genuine friend. They we will meet again and again. In the end, a blighted soul that seeks to destroy such eminent link will be greatly affected...afflicted by feelings of being inadequate, wading on the sidewalk of madness...still contemplating a matter that is simple yet seems so complex especially when they know not the true concise meaning of love which does not necessarily has to involve physical intimacy.
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Don't get me wrong, millions of online friends are false illusions; they never had any form of communication. If they never took the initial step of directly or indirectly inviting you in their lives, never shared information such as exchange of phone number..instant messenger or if they never provided follow-up photos or personal websites over a period of time (which may be measured by the overall popularity or availability of the individual); then, in such case, deletion should not be an option; there was no signs of friendship to begin with so deletion accordingly does not really means "the end."
it's more an act of awakening.
Have I ever deleted my online friends?..yes over 76,000 on Yearbook; I was blocked for over a year from communicating with them. I felt as if my page was simply a bookshelf with books that were never read. I may have simply been a threat to the administrators of the social network..sadly, no-one ever understood the issue..how could I possible reach them to explain to them what was happening?
P.S..It is common courtesy that we respect the privacy of others and not delete "anyone" that a person consider as a their friend. This story is dedicated especially to my friends at Tagged...you mean the world to me.